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More Journolist Members Identified


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American Thinker:

Nate Silver at 538 blog outs himself on his membership on Journolist, and Ezra Klein provides the names for more members of Journolist. The no longer covert members are compiled on Protein Wisdom:

Nate Silver
In November 2007, while still working for Baseball Prospectus, Silver began to write about politics, specifically the 2008 U.S. Presidential race. Until the end of May 2008, this writing was under the pseudonym "Poblano" and appeared on Daily Kos or on his blog FiveThirtyEight.com, which he launched in March 2008. Beginning in June he began to publish political analysis under his own name, including in his blog, newspapers, and The New Republic. He first appeared on national television on CNN's American Morning on June 13, 2008.[16]

Office of Management and Budget Director, Peter Orszag
A former Congressional Budget Office head and blogger, Orszag has a deep understanding of the complex and labyrinthine federal budget process. His pet issue is health-care reform; he argues that if the system isn't fixed, the fiscal health of the nation will be permanently compromised.

Marc Ambinder [self-admission]
Marc Ambinder is the politics editor of The Atlantic. He has covered Washington for ABC News and the Hotline, and he is chief political consultant to CBS News.

Mark Thoma
Mark Thoma is a macroeconomist and time-series econometrician at the University of Oregon. His research focuses on how monetary policy affects the economy, and he has also worked on political business cycle models and models of transportation dynamics.

Matthew Holt
I've spent more than 15 years in health care as a researcher, generalist forecaster, and strategist. I've learned from some of the best at renowned forecasting and survey research organizations.

Andrew Gelman
a professor of statistics and political science and director of the Applied Statistics Center at Columbia University

Larry Bartels
Donald E. Stokes Professor of Public and International Affairs
Professor of Politics and Public Affairs
Director, Center for the Study of Democratic Politics

Dani Rodrik
Professor of International Political Economy at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

John Sides
An Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at George Washington University.
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