Dear Mark by Mark Levy is a political advice column full of hot opinions that answers questions presented by the readers themselves. Levy uses just enough irreverent humor to take the edge off typical partisan political discussions while explaining his conservative point of view. His responses are well researched, and he uses terms that speak to the reader, not above the reader.
Levy received a college degree in marketing and has been in various capacities of sales and marketing for over 20 years. He has applied his marketing experience to numerous local, state, and national political campaigns, including special projects for gubernatorial candidate George W. Bush and then-Gov. Bush. Levy also has worked with Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse and the Federation of Independent Business lobbying groups. He has served in leadership positions with the political action committees of two major pharmaceutical companies.
In addition to his columns, Levy appears weekly on local television debating liberal activists in a point-counterpoint format. He has also appeared numerous times as a political analyst during election coverage.
Mark Levy is originally from New Orleans, but has spent most of his life in Texas, where he currently resides with his wife and two daughters.