America's Next Great Pundit 2010
You have an opinion, but do you have what it takes to be heard?
Conor Williams wins the title
A polished performance gets the Georgetown grad student a three-month contract with The Post and a launching pad into the world of punditry.
See the final vote results
Read Williams's work
Watch Williams debate
MOUSE OVER A CONTESTANT FOR MORE INFORMATION
Misreading the mandate
Stop the insanity
Rule of lawlessness
Guns: the invisible issue
An NAACP punch in the nose
The last 100 meters
Europe is from Venus ...
'I love you back!'
Rebels without a cause
What People Are Saying
: "It's difficult to tackle this issue this late in the game and sound original. I thought the author managed to do so and kept the focus going forward, not on tomorrow's polls."
: "Who are you writing for? Do you want to enlist only Democrats or liberals, or would you like to appeal to a wider audience?"
: "I don't always agree with you, but you don't piss me off when you get your point across. You get my vote."
Kudos and Catcalls
Post Opinions editor Marisa Katz offers some final thoughts -- and encourages readers to post their critiques of the contest.
Semifinal: Video Challenge
Challenge Two: Face the Audience
Challenge One: So you think you can blog?
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