White House Dossier, written by veteran White House reporter Keith Koffler, is the only 24/7, totally independent, and fully unauthorized White House news website. It delivers a unique blend of White House reporting, commentary and analysis – with frequent doses of humor and satire – to carry forward journalism’s central mission of holding the powerful to account. The website has a conservative perspective, but its central mission is to expose hypocrisy, dishonesty, and failed public policy.
Cut to the News, which is also written by Keith, is simply the Internet’s best morning news tip sheet.
Award winning journalist Keith Koffler has 20 years of experience covering Washington. As a reporter for CongressDaily, National Journal magazine, and Roll Call, Keith wrote primarily from the White House, covering three presidents and learning as few have the intricacies of the West Wing and the behavior and motivations of its occupants. While mainly stationed at the White House, he also extensively covered Congress and Washington’s lobbyists.
Keith has also written for a variety of other news organizations, including Politico, Reuters, The Daily Caller, and The London Observer, and appeared on Fox News, Fox Business, Newsmax TV, C-Span, the John Batchelor Show, Sirius XM’s POTUS radio, and numerous other radio and TV outlets.
In addition to serving as the Editor of White House Dossier and Cut to the News, Keith currently is the Weekend Editor for the Washington Examiner and writes regular opinion columns for Reuters and LifeZette. From 2015 until the spring of 2016 was the Political Editor for LifeZette.
His work has been cited by numerous major domestic and international news outlets and commentators, including the Wall Street Journal, Fox News, Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, National Review, the Weekly Standard, the Drudge Report, the New York Times, the Washington Times, the BBC, the Washington Post, the London Telegraph, the Daily Mail, Politico, the Daily Caller, and the Huffington Post.
Keith is a past winner of the $10,000 Force of Language prize for writing from the publishers of The Atlantic magazine.