40 Facts About Andrew Sullivan

1. In January 2010 Andrew Sullivan moved back to the Newcastle Eagles and has helped win the BBL Cup and the League Title.

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2. In November 2009 Andrew Sullivan played for Pizza Express Primetel Apollon in the first division of Cyprus.

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3. Andrew Sullivan is a British professional basketball player.

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4. Andrew Sullivan was created on August 10, 1963 in Godstone, Surrey, Britain.

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5. Andrew Sullivan is a conservative political commentator, a former editor of The New Republic and the author or editor of six books, He was a pioneer of the political blog, starting his in 2000.

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6. Andrew Sullivan posted his final blog entry on 6 February 2015.

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7. Andrew Sullivan wrote that Benedict was opposed to the modern world and women's rights, and considered gays and lesbians innately disposed to evil.

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8. Andrew Sullivan expressed concern about the election of Pope Benedict XVI in an article in Time Magazine on 24 April 2005, titled "The Vicar of Orthodoxy".

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9. Andrew Sullivan commented, "I too am sick of the Israelis.

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10. Andrew Sullivan authored an opinion piece, "Dear President Bush", that was featured as the cover article of the October 2009 edition of The Atlantic magazine.

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11. Andrew Sullivan opposed calls to remove Brendan Eich as CEO of Mozilla for donating to the campaign for Proposition 8, which made same-sex marriage illegal in California.

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12. Andrew Sullivan seeks as a good Oakeshottian would to reform the country's policies in order to regain the country's past virtues.

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13. Andrew Sullivan is openly gay and a practising Roman Catholic.

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14. Andrew Sullivan eventually moved his blog to various publishing platforms, including Time, The Atlantic, The Daily Beast, and finally an independent subscription-based format.

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15. Andrew Sullivan was a pioneer of the political blog, starting his in 2000.

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16. Andrew Sullivan left The Atlantic to begin blogging at The Daily Beast in April 2011.

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17. In February 2007, Andrew Sullivan moved his blog from Time to The Atlantic Monthly, where he had accepted an editorial post.

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18. In late 2000, Andrew Sullivan began his blog, The Daily Dish.

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19. Andrew Sullivan identifies himself as a faithful Catholic while disagreeing with some aspects of the Catholic Church's doctrine.

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20. Andrew Sullivan frequently quoted and linked to Nico Pitney of The Huffington Post.

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21. Andrew Sullivan was inspired by the Iranian people's reactions to the election results and used his blog as a hub of information.

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22. In January 2010, Andrew Sullivan blogged that he was "moving toward" the idea of "a direct American military imposition" of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with NATO troops enforcing "the borders of the new states of Palestine and Israel".

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23. Andrew Sullivan authored an opinion piece, "Dear President Bush", that was featured as the cover article of the October 2009 edition of The Atlantic magazine.

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24. Andrew Sullivan supported the 2003 invasion of Iraq by the United States and was initially hawkish in the war on terror, arguing that weakness would embolden terrorists.

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25. Andrew Sullivan opposed calls to remove Brendan Eich as CEO of Mozilla and argued that "old-fashioned liberalism brought gay equality to America far, far faster than identity politics leftism.

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26. Andrew Sullivan wrote the first major article in the United States advocating for gay people to be given the right to marry, published in The New Republic in 1989.

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27. Andrew Sullivan has declared support for Arnold Schwarzenegger and other like-minded Republicans.

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28. Andrew Sullivan endorsed Senator Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination in the 2008 United States presidential election, and Representative Ron Paul for the Republican nomination.

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29. In July 2012, Andrew Sullivan said that "the catastrophe of the Bush-Cheney years.

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30. Andrew Sullivan describes himself as a conservative and is the author of The Conservative Soul.

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31. Andrew Sullivan has worked as a columnist for The Sunday Times of London.

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32. Andrew Sullivan began writing for The New York Times Magazine in 1998, but was fired by editor Adam Moss in 2002.

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33. In 1994, Andrew Sullivan published excerpts on race and intelligence from Richard Herrnstein and Charles Murray's controversial The Bell Curve, which argued that some of the measured difference in IQ scores among racially defined groups was a result of genetic inheritance.

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34. In 1986, Andrew Sullivan began his career with The New Republic magazine, serving as its editor from 1991 to 1996.

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35. On 1 December 2016, Andrew Sullivan became a naturalized US citizen.

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36. Andrew Sullivan was barred for many years from applying for United States citizenship because of his HIV-positive status.

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37. In 2003, Andrew Sullivan wrote a Salon article identifying himself as a member of the gay "bear community".

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38. Andrew Sullivan was born in South Godstone, Surrey, England into a Roman Catholic family of Irish descent, and was brought up in the nearby town of East Grinstead, West Sussex.

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39. Andrew Sullivan has been a writer-at-large at New York since 2016.

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40. Andrew Sullivan is a conservative political commentator, a former editor of The New Republic, and the author or editor of six books.

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