John Frederic Dickerson was born in 1968, in Washington, USA. He could be really spiritual. Dickerson maintains religiosity helps fight conceit and pride and helps him become aware of every men mankind. His family is of great significance in his life, and besides faith, his supply of strength and life energy. John followed his mothers footsteps in regards to profession: his mom Nancy Dickerson Whitehead was a pioneering television newswoman who inspired John to pursue a career in journalism. These and many other scenarios made his mom the journalist-star of the 60s. Dickerson published a novel about the relationship he had with his late mom titled “On her trail” (2006). In this novel, John not only describes his and his moms relationship but he also describes riches he grew up in, his house mansion and his youth with sisters. The host of Face the Nation show on CBS News can also be the political director of CBS News. Now Dickerson is political columnist for Slate magazine. John hosts Slates podcasts that have numerous listeners throughout the US. Many refer to Dickerson as to a master of the game due to his way of asking questions. Best known is the scenario by which he made Bush feel rather uneasy and unable to answer the questions. His questions reach the weak spots and get people blush. John Dickerson is a popular podcast style. He makes an important contribution to Slates podcasts: “The Whistlestop” is a historic podcast about US presidential campaigns over time. “The Political Gabfest” is a podcast that covers all present happenings in US politics now. Most of his co-workers and friends say he’s rather not the same as other journalist and politic correspondents. The difference is, as they say that he’s a really great soul, hes friendly, and he cares about folks. John is really attached to his family and, as mentioned before, his family is his everlasting supply of happiness and enjoyment, as it is possible to see on his Twitter profiles. Besides political statements and opinions, Dickinson shares pictures of his dog, messages sent from his daughter and additional private pictures from his life.