Andrew Kreig is the author of "Presidential Puppetry: Obama, Romney and their Masters," which draws on a century of history to provide the first comprehensive analysis of the Obama administration’s second-term. Details: www.presidentialpuppetry.com. The book grew out of the author's work leading the Justice Integrity Project, a non-partisan legal reform group that investigates suspected official misconduct.
The Washington, DC-based author is an investigative reporter, non-profit executive, attorney and broadcast commentator who has been listed since the mid-1990s in "Who's Who In America" and "Who's Who In the World."
For broadcast and lecture audiences, he delivers blunt, entertaining and cutting-edge commentary about the latest public affairs scandals. He provides also practical tips for the millions of Americans caught up in unfair litigation or regulation.
He holds degrees from Yale Law School and the University of Chicago School of Law, and a b.a. in history from Cornell University. In 1987, he authored "Spiked: How Chain Management Corrupted America’s Oldest Newspaper," a pioneering case study of changes affecting the news industry. After an early career in journalism and law he led the Wireless Communication Association as president/CEO from 1996 to 2008 in its worldwide advocacy to create a wireless broadband industry. Later, he became a university fellow, co-hosted a weekly public affairs raid show, and founded the non-partisan Justice Integrity Project (www.justice-integrity.org) to uncover unreported and underreported stories via a new citizen action Truth Patrol.