Columnist, The Bulletin
For well over ten years, Joe Murray has been engaging the marketplace of ideas and discussing issues of life, free speech, religious liberties, immigration, trade and foreign policy. Murray first arrived on the political scene under the guidance of Pat Buchanan, as Murray served as Buchanan's National Director of Correspondence during in his 1999 presidential bid.
Shortly after leaving the Buchanan campaign, Murray went to law school and graduated from Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York.
After receiving his degree, Murray traveled down to Tupelo, Mississippi, were he assumed his position as Staff Attorney for the American Family Association Center for Law & Policy. While at AFA, Murray handled a number of national cases that centered almost exclusively on constitutional jurisprudence. Murray's time at AFA was also spent hitting the airwaves discussing topics of national interests, which also included an appearance on the O'Reilly Factor.
Murray has also worked with the Philadelphia based Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) and the Scottsdale based Alliance Defense Fund (ADF).
Currently, Murray is a columnist with The Bulletin, a weekly newspaper that publishes in Philadelphia, PA. Murray's column runs twice a week and touches on issues of local, state, and national interests.