Kimberley A. Strassel Bio, Age, Husband, Net Worth and Books

Kimberley A. Strassel Biography

Kimberley A. Strassel is a conservative American columnist, author, and member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board. The American columnist writes a weekly column, “Potomac Watch”, which appears on Fridays.

She is a member of the editorial board for The Wall Street Journal. She writes editorials, as well as the weekly Potomac Watch political column, from her base in Washington, D.C. Strassel joined Dow Jones & Co. in 1994, working in the news department of The Wall Street Journal Europe in Brussels, and then in London.

She moved to New York in 1999 and soon thereafter joined the Journal’s editorial page, working as a features editor, and then as an editorial writer. She assumed her current position in 2005.

Kimberley A. Strassel, a 2014 Bradley Prize recipient, is a regular contributor to Sunday political shows, such as CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Fox News Sunday, and NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

Also, she is the author of “The Intimidation Game: How the Left Is Silencing Free Speech,” which chronicles recent attacks on conservative nonprofits, businesses, and donors.

An Oregon native, Ms. Strassel earned a bachelor’s degree in Public Policy and International Affairs from Princeton University. She lives in Virginia with her three children.

Kimberley A. Strassel Age

Kimberley A. Strassel is a conservative American columnist, author, and member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board. She was born on July 24. 1972 in Buxton, OR. Strassel is 46 years old as of 2018.

Kimberley A. Strassel Family

Strassel grew up in Buxton, Oregon, and she graduated in 1990 from Banks High School in nearby Banks. Kimberley A. Strasser graduated from Princeton University in 1994 with a B.A. in public policy and international affairs and immediately took a position at the Wall Street Journal. She was born to her father Mike Strassel and mother Annie Strassel.

Kimberley A. Strassel Husband

Strassel is married to Matthew Rose. Matthew is a British-born journalist for the Wall Street Journal in New York, where he is the enterprise editor. They married in Buxton, Oregon, on July 15. 2000. The has 3kids together.

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Kimberley A. Strassel Net Worth

He has earned an attractive amount of net worth and salary from her creative career as she is a very famous journalist. She was also honored nicely in Bradley Prize in 2014.

That reward also helped to increase her net worth. Her husband Matthew Rose has an estimated net worth of $3.55 million dollars as of 2019.

Kimberley A. Strassel was also honored with the $250,000 thousand dollars, Bradley Prize in 2014, which has also helped to increase her net worth. Her actual net worth will be updated soon.

Kimberley A. Strassel Wall Street Journal

Strassel was a news assistant for the European edition of The Wall Street Journal in Brussels (1994–1996) and a staff writer covering technology for The Wall Street Journal Europe in London “1996–1999”. She moved to New York in 1999 to cover real estate before joining the editorial page as an assistant features editor.

Kimberley A. Strassel became a senior editorial writer and member of the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal in 2005. In 2007, she began writing the long-running “Potomac Watch” column for the Wall Street Journal.

In an October 2017 editorial, Strassel criticized Fusion GPS, “the intelligence outfit that commissioned former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele to compile the now infamous Trump-Russia dossier.”

Kimberley A. Strassel Books

In 2006, she co-wrote Leaving Women Behind: Modern Families, Outdated Laws (ISBN 0-7425-4545-8), which argues that government regulation interferes with marketplace initiatives to provide women with economic opportunity.

In June 2016, she published a book called The Intimidation Game: How the Left Is Silencing Free Speech, in which Kimberley A. Strassel” excoriates the left’s use of campaign finance laws to stifle free speech and free association.”

 StrasselBooks list

  • Is American Democracy in Crisis? The Munk Debates (2018)
  • The Intimidation Game: How the Left Is Silencing Free Speech(2016)
  • Leaving women behind(2006)

Kimberley A. Strassel Articles

Kimberley Strassel: Mueller’s investigation is done. Now dig into the real scandal — missteps of Comey, FBI

Attorney General William Barr has reported to Congress that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has cleared President Trump and his campaign team of claims of conspiring with Russia during the 2016 election.

This is more than an exoneration. It’s a searing indictment of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, as well as a reminder of the need to know the story behind the bureau’s corrosive investigation.

Mr. Mueller’s report likely doesn’t put it that way, but it’s the logical conclusion of his no-collusion finding. The FBI unleashed its powers on a candidate for the office of the U.S. presidency, an astonishing first.

It did so on the incredible grounds that the campaign had conspired to aid a foreign government. And it used the most aggressive tools in its arsenal—surveillance of U.S. citizens, secret subpoenas of phone records and documents, even human informants.

Americans now deserve a full accounting of the missteps of former FBI Director James Comey and his team—in part so that this never happens again.

The wreckage is everywhere. The nation has been engulfed in conspiracy theories for years. A presidency was hemmed in by the threat of a special counsel.

Citizens have gone to jail not for conspiracy, but for after-the-fact interactions with Mr. Mueller’s team. Dozens more have spent enormous amounts of money and time defending their reputations.

Kimberley A. Strassel Others

In 2014, Kimberley A. Strassel was awarded a $250,000 Bradley Prize from the conservative Bradley Foundation. In February 2016, Strassel was among the panelists for a Republican presidential primary debate held in South Carolina.

In the wake of the Marjory Douglas High School shooting, Strassel called for a debate on teachers carrying concealed firearms and suggested they could also be equipped with stun grenades to protect their students.

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Kimberley Strassel: Barr brings accountability, he was ‘right to call this what it is’

Strassel believes Attorney General William Barr brings “accountability” after he testified Wednesday that he thinks “spying did occur” on the Trump campaign in 2016.

In an Op-Ed published Thursday, Strassel, a member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board, wrote that many former Obama administration and Hillary Clinton campaign officials, as well as members of the media, are “no doubt” stunned and scared “that the Justice Department finally has a leader willing to address the FBI’s behavior in 2016.”

“He (Barr) was right to call this what it is. It is spying,” Strassel, who is a Fox News contributor, told “America’s Newsroom” Friday.

She added: “One of the reasons it’s appropriate here is because you surveil bad guys, as he said, like organized crime bosses. But this was a party of one persuasion running an administration that was looking at a campaign of the other party. And that definitely merits the word ‘spying’ so that’s what was happening here.

He says he’s going to look into that. He’s going to see if there was unauthorized surveillance. Meaning, there’s still some things in the FBI’s timeline that do not add up.”


Strassel also brought up that Barr will be looking into the role of other intelligence agencies including The Central Intelligence Agency.

“There’s a lot of questions that he seems to, from his testimony, understand all the dots that need to be looked at and connected here,” said Strassel.

Prominent Democrats lined up to hammer Barr for testifying that federal authorities had spied on the Trump campaign in 2016, including House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., who said Barr’s loyalties were compromised.

“He is acting as an employee of the president,” Hoyer said.


“We have to focus on more than just the end of the Mueller report and more than how all this started. We have to focus on the two years in which opponents of Donald Trump managed to forestall accountability for this,” said Strassel. “Now think about this, you had Jim Comey, who hid his investigation from everybody.

Strassel did not tell the public about it obviously. Kimberley also did not tell the courts about it. He did not tell Congress about it, which is a routine thing to do. He did not give a defensive briefing to the Trump campaign. And why? Because everyone was banking that Hillary Clinton would win and that no one would ever know what the FBI did here.”