Kate O’Beirne, American political columnist, Died at 67

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Kate Walsh O’Beirne was born on September 23, 1949 and died on April 23, 2017

She was the President of National Review Institute.

O’Beirne was the Washington editor of National Review.

O’Beirne’ column, “Bread and Circuses,” covered Congress, politics, and U.S. domestic policy.

She was a regular contributor on CNN’s Saturday night political round-table program, Capital Gang, along with Al Hunt, Mark Shields, Robert Novak, and Margaret Carlson. O’Beirne and Novak typically argued the conservative viewpoint, while Hunt, Shields, and Carlson provided the liberal viewpoint.

O’Beirne also served as a substitute host on CNN’s Crossfire, as well as a commentator for the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.

O’Beirne was lastly a political analyst for MSNBC’s Hardball.

He was married to Army Lt. Col. James O’Beirne, they had two sons.

Kate O’Beirne passed away at 67 years old.

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