Michael Shindler on Muck Rack

Michael Shindler

Washington, DC
Freelance Writer — Freelance
Covers:  Policy & Pop Culture
Doesn't Cover: Science reporting, local news, tech

Writer; @YVAdv; Bylines: @AmConMag, @AmSpectator, @TownHallcom, @DCExaminer, @theHill, @RCDefense, @RealClearPolicy, @CapX +. Contact: mpshindler@gmail.com

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Biography

Michael Shindler is a writer living in Washington, DC. His work has been published and featured in outlets including Townhall, Washington Examiner, The Hill, CapX, Economics 21, National Journal, and RealClearDefense. Michael’s research and commentary focuses on entitlement reform, international ...

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@MichaelShindler — 2,815 followers, 235 tweets

Oct 15, 2017

@Billybobontwit @amspectator At most, an interception occurring in the midcourse phase could create an EMP, which would disrupt communications, radar, and a variety of electronic systems. This would be bad, but way better than nuclear annihilation. Read more here: https://t.co/nX6TRoT6gr

Oct 15, 2017

@Billybobontwit @amspectator um, no. Ground-based midcourse interceptors are designed to meet missiles as they arc through space where debris or fallout wouldn't harm a soul. (that's the whole point of midcourse interception)

Oct 13, 2017

RT @CR_Morgan: There is something of the primordial podcast in Walter Pater. https://t.co/gk9OB11O2G

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How do you prefer to be pitched on stories?

By email.

Aside from your own, what's your favorite publication to read?

Probably The American Conservative or New Criterion.