Tony Blankley, a noted conservative commentator, Ronald Reagan speechwriter and former editorial page editor of the Washington Times, died late Saturday, leaving a legacy of significant analysis that bridged politics and culture with finesse, optimism and a sense of history.
He was 63 and had been battling stomach cancer.
At the time of his death, Mr. Blankley was an executive vice president of the Edelman public relations firm in Washington, a visiting senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation think tank, a syndicated newspaper columnist and an on-air political commentator for CNN, NBC and NPR.
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