06 July 2010|
Marta H. Mossburg is a syndicated columnist whose work can be found each Friday in The American Spectator (spectator.org), among other outlets. She also can be heard regularly in Baltimore on WBAL and WEAA and seen on Fox 45. Her opinion pieces have also been published in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Daily News, The Washington Examiner, The Baltimore Sun and National Review and have been cited by The Washington Post, RealClearPolitics.com, Instapundit.com and TheDailyCaller.com.
Maryland news stations regularly call on her to dissect Gov. Martin O’Malley’s policies and legislation passed in Annapolis. Nationally, John Stossel of Fox Business interviewed her about crony capitalism in the Obama administration. Please find a clip of that appearance below. She appears about 2:20 into the video.
She also writes frequently on culture, feminism, motherhood, and national politics from a conservative/libertarian perspective. See all of her work at www.martamossburg.com.
Marta moved to Maryland in 2006 to launch The Baltimore Examiner, serving as editorial page editor until the paper closed in February 2009. During her tenure she won the 2007 Maryland, Delaware, D.C. Press Association's award for best editorial for papers with over 100,000 in circulation.
Prior to moving to Maryland, Marta was a reporter for The News & Record in Greensboro, North Carolina, for two years. She covered the 2003 Argentine presidential election for Reuters in Buenos Aires and for five months reported on the New York City Congressional delegation for The New York Sun. Prior to journalism she wrote advertising copy for clients including Champion and technology companies. She also worked as a research assistant at the Cato Institute and Manhattan Institute.
She holds a M.S. in journalism from Northwestern University and a B.A. in English Literature from the University of Virginia, where she won a NCAA gold medal in rowing as co-captain of the Virginia women’s crew team. She is a board member of Children’s Scholarship Fund-Baltimore and lives with her husband and three children in Maryland. The Daily Record, Maryland’s business newspaper, named her one of 50 “Leading Women” under 40 in the state in 2010.