Ezra Klein is a columnist and blogger at The Washington Post and a policy analyst for MSNBC. His work focuses on domestic and economic policymaking, as well as the political system that's constantly messing things up.
In 2010, Klein was named Blogger of the Year by both The Week magazine and the Sidney Hillman foundation for his extensive coverage of the healthcare debate and Congress' passage of the Affordable Care Act. Previously, Klein was an associate editor at The American Prospect and a columnist at Newsweek. A frequent commentator on domestic politics and policy, he has appeared on The Rachel Maddow Show, Charlie Rose, Real Time with Bill Maher, The McLaughlin Report, the Colbert Report and many other programs. He likes graphs, appendix tables, and he lives in Washington.