Award Winning Columnist & Blogger
Bennet is a political columnist and regular contributor to the Huffington Post and a past contributor to the Santa Monica Daily Press and Politics Magazine. He is a three-time winner of the LA Press Club’s Southern California Journalism Award for online commentary (Huffington Post), print commentary (Santa Monica Daily Press) and his legal newsletter. Judges have described his writing as an entertaining and compelling mix of bite, intelligence and humor. It’s clear he does his homework and isn’t afraid to tell it the way he sees it.
Bennet was a contributing author to Big Bush Lies and publisher of BushLies.net which Columbia Journalism Review credited for being one of the first media sources to have framed the [Niger] uranium deceptions as part of the President’s familiar M.O.
Bennet has been active in politics for over 30 years and was Co-Founder of the Democratic National Committee’s Saxophone Club (its young professional outreach and fundraising arm) from 1992 to 1998. Bennet has provided political analysis and insight to television, radio and print media ranging from KABC to the Washington Times and was a regular guest on Blog Talk Radio’s “Straight Talk with Melissa Hopkins”.
Internet Lawyer & Commentator
Bennet is one of the nation’s leading Internet attorneys and founder of the Internet Law Center. He has been named as among the nation’s top internet lawyers by several publications including the Los Angeles Business Journal which named him as one of the Most Influential Lawyers in Digital Media and E-Commerce. He frequently appears or is quoted in television, radio and print stories on internet legal developments, including appearing on The Today Show.
Bennet is the creator and host of Cyber Lw & Business Report which airs weekly on WebmasterRadio.fm on Wednesdays at 10AM Pacific. The show, which launched in 2011, was nominated for an LA Press Club Award for Best Public Affairs Talk Show in 2014.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
- Bennet’s Writing & Political Activity
- Internet Law Center
- The Internet Law Center’s Blog
- Selected PowerPoint Presentations