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Reading Columnists Online

Stellar SAT reading scores signify that you are a reader. Having a college-level vocabulary is imperative because the SAT demands such knowledge to do well with the Sentence-Completions and Critical Reading sections.

Read to challenge your thinking. Read to learn new ideas. Read daily. To do so, follow some of these syndicated newspaper columnists. When reading, ask yourself the following:

  • What is the main idea?
  • What is the author's purpose?
  • What is the author's tone?

New York Times

Charles Blow David Brooks
Gail Collins Maureen Dowd
Thomas Friedman Bob Herbert
Verlyn Klinkenborg Nicholas Kristof
Paul Krugman Frank Rich
William Safire  (Deceased-Check archives)

Christian Science Monitor

John Gould (Deceased-Check archives)

Wall Street Journal

Toledo Blade

S. Amjad Hussain

San Diego Source

Michelle Malkin

The Washington Post

Art Buchwald (Deceased-Check archives)

Charles Krauthammer

Kathleen Parker

Boston Globe

Ellen Goodman

Huffington Post

Arianna Huffington

The Baltimore Sun

Garrison Keillor

Fort Worth Star Telegram

Molly Ivins (Deceased-Check archives)

Creators Syndicate

Miami Herald

Leonard Pitts, Jr.