Paul Ibrahim was
born near Beirut, Lebanon. He became a U.S.
citizen in the summer of 2005, but had long
before expressed his love of American values
through extensive writing, work, and activism.
Once detached from political activity, he was
inadvertently launched into the conservative
intellectual movement as a student at Cornell
University, and has since refined his
libertarian tendencies at the Law & Economics
haven of the George Mason University School of
Ibrahim has worked
on executive and congressional issues with the
federal government, assisted in foreign policy
research at the American Enterprise Institute, a
premier think tank, and spent time with the
editorial page of USA Today. He
currently sits on the Board of Directors of the
Ivy League Republican Caucus, of which he is
also a co-founder.
career began at Cornell University, first with
the Cornell Review, then with the
Cornell Daily Sun and Young America's
Foundation. He has since become one of the
youngest syndicated columnists in the country,
and has appeared on a number of radio and
television shows. His work has been published in
newspapers from coast to coast, and has been
cited by a number of commentators. Ibrahim currently resides in the
Washington D.C. area.