Free Beacon Patrick Howley

Patrick Howley is a staff writer for the Washington Free Beacon. A former assistant editor at the American Spectator, he studied English at the University of Iowa and wrote a series of award-winning plays in Los Angeles. He originally hails from Connecticut.

The Warren Tribe

Consumer advocate’s career boosted by daughter’s connections to left-wing groups

May 16, 2012

Trail of Tears

Revelations of Elizabeth Warren’s 1/32nd Cherokee heritage raise new questions about her academic career

May 11, 2012

Sherrod Brown’s War on Women

Democratic senator in reelection fight slams Republicans on women’s issues while hiding past indiscretions

May 7, 2012

The Warren Wreck

Harvard professor’s campaign hit by controversies surrounding heritage, taxes, record of partisanship, out of state support

May 1, 2012

Pryor Caught with Top Off

Exclusive: Girls Gone Wild Founder Joe Francis tells WFB, “Sen. Pryor Owes Me An Apology”

April 26, 2012

The Liz-Barry Breakup

Democratic Senate candidate and Harvard professor backs away from Obama’s agenda as election draws near

April 25, 2012

Center for Public Dishonor

New questions raised about embattled Soros-funded Center for Public Integrity’s journalistic ethics, conduct in 2010 tuna story

April 23, 2012

iHack News

Center for Public Integrity knowingly violated law in pursuit of big tuna story

April 18, 2012

The Out of Towner

As Massachusetts Senate race heats up, liberal professor Elizabeth Warren relies on out-of-state cash while facing a likability deficit and the reluctance of many prominent Democrats to endorse her candidacy

April 16, 2012

Down the Hatch

Cabinet members and White House officials skirt law forbidding federal employees from campaign activities

April 9, 2012