Charles Krauthammer Z"L leaves a legacy of bold ideas, political analysis, and cultural commentary. He was an American treasure, a Zionist champion, and a student of Jewish ideas. The loss of Charles Krauthammer leaves the American public square without its cornerstone conservative writer.
William Kristol, founding editor of the Weekly Standard, Rich Lowry, editor of National Review, and Matthew Continetti, editor and co-founder of The Washington Free Beacon will reflect on Dr. Krauthammer’s seminal writing, distinguished career, and his life dedicated to the things that matter. Join three of the most prominent editors as they pay tribute to this generation’s most important conservative columnist.
William Kristol is editor at large of the Weekly Standard, which, together with Fred Barnes and John Podhoretz, he founded in 1995. He is the chairman and co-founder of the Project for the New American Century and the co-author, with Lawrence Kaplan, of the best-selling book The War Over Iraq (2003) and the co-editor of The Neoconservative Imagination (with Christopher DeMuth, 1995), Present Dangers (with Robert Kagan, 2000), and The Future is Now: America Confronts the New Genetics (with Eric Cohen, 2002). He has published numerous articles and essays on constitutional law, political philosophy, and public policy, and is a regular contributor on ABC News. Mr. Kristol has served as chief of staff to the Vice President of the United States and to the Secretary of Education. Before coming to Washington in 1985, Kristol taught politics at the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.
Rich Lowry was named editor of National Review in 1997. He has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, and a variety of other publications.
His twice-weekly syndicated column appears in newspapers around the country. He’s a Fox News political analyst, and also is a frequent guest commentator on other programs, including “The McLaughlin Group,” and the “NewsHour” on PBS.
His book on Bill Clinton, Legacy, was a New York Times best-seller, and he is co-author of the spy thriller Banquo’s Ghosts. He lives in New York City.
Matthew Continetti is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, a contributing editor at National Review and a columnist for Commentary magazine. He was the founding editor and the editor-in-chief of The Washington Free Beacon and is the author of books on the Republican Revolution and on Sarah Palin. His articles and reviews have appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, and Wall Street Journal. Mr. Continetti teaches a course on the conservative intellectual movement for the Hertog Political Studies Program and is a regular panelist on "Meet the Press," "Meet the Press Daily," and "Special Report with Bret Baier."