Carrie Sheffield

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Carrie Sheffield is an atheist writer and political analyst based in New York City. Sheffield is a formerly an editorial writer for the Washington Times and a reporter for the left-wing Politico.[1] Despite her bizarre claim to be a conservative, she is very outspoken about her hatred of religion and natural marriage.[2]

She is currently the journalism fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.

She was born February 15 in New York City into a Mormon family, received a BA in communications from Brigham Young University, and attended Harvard University.[3] She drinks and refuses to date men whom she labels as liberal.[4]

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