Ramesh Ponnuru Bio, Age, Height, Wife, National REview, Book

Ramesh Ponnuru

Ramesh Ponnuru Biography

Ramesh Ponnuru is an American conservative thinker, political pundit, and journalist. He works as the National Review Magazine Editor, The Washington Post Contributor, and a Columnist editor for National affairs, the domestic policy Journal. Ponnuru has been a fellow senior member at the American Enterprise Institute since 2012. He and his wife, April, were the first couple to appear in Magazine together. Politico Magazine listed him and his wife, April Ponnuru, as two of the 2015 top “Politico 50” influential leaders in American politics.

Ramesh Ponnuru Age

Ponnuru was born on 16th August 1974 in Prairie Village, Kansas, United States.

Ramesh Ponnuru Height

Ponnuru stands at an estimated height of 5 feet and 8 inches tall.

Ramesh Ponnuru Nationality

Ponnuru holda American nationality.

Ramesh Ponnuru Education

Ponnuru attended Briarwood Elementary School in Prairie Village, Kansas, and Mission Valley Middle School. He then attended Shawnee Mission East High School, completing at 16.

 Ramesh enrolled at Princeton University, earning a B.A. in history. He graduated summa cum laude in 1995. Robert P. George supervised him during his thesis. He completed a 107-page senior thesis titled “Abortion in Nineteenth-Century America.”

Ramesh Ponnuru Parents

Ponnuru was born and raised in Prairie Village, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City, MO. He is the son of a Hindu father and a Lutheran mother, making him An Asian Indian descent.

Ramesh Ponnuru Wife

Ponnuru married his wife in April 2002. Politico Magazine listed him and his wife, April Ponnuru, as two of the 2015 top “Politico 50” influential leaders in American politics. His wife, April, is the managing director of Ridgely Walsh LLC in Washington. She joined the firm in October 2019. She was formerly a senior advisor at the Conservative Reform Network from 2013 to 2018. Her April focused on developing and promoting conservative policy reforms. She had also served as an advisor to Jeb Bush’sBush’s presidential campaign.

Ramesh Ponnuru Kids

Ponnuru and April do not have kids.

Ramesh Ponnuru National Review

Ponnuru is National Review’s editor, a Washington Post columnist, and a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. He frequently writes and comments on major topics such as public policy, politics, economics, the law, and even his religious faith. Ramesh is widely recognized for calling for a revival of Republican policy thinking by applying conservative ideals to contemporary issues and emphasizing the concerns of the middle class.

Ramesh has regularly broadcasted on various television programs about public affairs, including National Public Radio’s All Things Considered Meet the Press, C-Span, the PBS NewsHour, ABC News, This Week with George Stephanopoulos, ABC News, Face the Nation, The Daily Show and The Colbert Report.

Ponnuru previously worked as a contributor to Time and WashingtonPost.com. He has also authored for other such national publications as Newsday, The New York Times, The Weekly Standard, The Washington Post, Policy Review, The Wall Street Journal, Finacial Times, New York Post, and The New Republic, an ecumenical and conservative religious journal.

Ramesh Ponnuru Tax

Ponnuru has long been one of the nation’snation’s leading conservative voices in making a case for raising the child tax credit to properly compensate their parents for the cost of bringing children up. Ramesh won praise for finding common ground with progressives and Democrats on the issue. He also regularly co-authored and was a leading voice with economist David Beckworth on monetary policy and market monetarism.

Ramesh Ponnuru Books

Ponnuru authored The Party of Death: The Democrats, the Media, the Courts, and the Disregard for Human Life in 2016. Ponnuru himself has explained the volume as his unique and provocative exposition on such right-to-life issues as euthanasia and abortion, concentrating on the circumstances of the United States Democratic Party’sParty’s shift from anti-abortion to abortion rights. The book was met with acclaim and near-universal favorable reviews, although the topic has been one of the most polarizing problems of American political life. Peggy Noonan celebrated the book as “the most significant statement of the need to protect human life in America since Ronald Reagan’sReagan’s Abortion and the Conscience of a Nation.”

Ramesh Ponnuru Salary & Networth

Ponnuru earns an estimated annual salary of USD 86,493. Her net worth is approximately USD 2,107, 265

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