Contributor

Andrew Kreig

"Presidential Puppetry" Author and DC Reform Advocate

Andrew Kreig is the author of "Presidential Puppetry: Obama, Romney and their Masters," which draws on a century of history to provide the first comprehensive analysis of the Obama administration’s second-term. Details: www.presidentialpuppetry.com. The book grew out of the author's work leading the Justice Integrity Project, a non-partisan legal reform group that investigates suspected official misconduct.<br /> <br /> The Washington, DC-based author is an investigative reporter, non-profit executive, attorney and broadcast commentator who has been listed since the mid-1990s in "Who's Who In America" and "Who's Who In the World."<br /> <br /> For broadcast and lecture audiences, he delivers blunt, entertaining and cutting-edge commentary about the latest public affairs scandals. He provides also practical tips for the millions of Americans caught up in unfair litigation or regulation. <br /> <br /> He holds degrees from Yale Law School and the University of Chicago School of Law, and a b.a. in history from Cornell University. In 1987, he authored "Spiked: How Chain Management Corrupted America’s Oldest Newspaper," a pioneering case study of changes affecting the news industry. After an early career in journalism and law he led the Wireless Communication Association as president/CEO from 1996 to 2008 in its worldwide advocacy to create a wireless broadband industry. Later, he became a university fellow, co-hosted a weekly public affairs raid show, and founded the non-partisan Justice Integrity Project (www.justice-integrity.org) to uncover unreported and underreported stories via a new citizen action Truth Patrol.