March 31, 2013
Kristol offers a true insider’s perspective on all the key players, translating his seven years inside the Reagan and Bush White House into current, incisive close-ups of what’s really going on in American politics. Astute and perceptive, he captivates audiences with his political observations as editor of the respected Weekly Standard, long considered the nation’s preeminent journal of opinion and cultural commentary. Kristol unmasks underlying trends as well as the daily headlines, weighing in on the fundamental issues and all the latest buzz. Ever informative, he outlines the big picture with the details only insiders can provide.
An astute Washington veteran and the editor of the preeminent journal of conservative opinion and commentary, William Kristol identifies the issues and underlying trends of public policy and debate.
One of the most influential voices on the national political scene, William Kristol is founder and editor of the prominent Washington-based political magazine The Weekly Standard. Unafraid to criticize even those on his side of the political fence, Kristol draws on all aspects of his background in government and politics, including his years serving Presidents Reagan and Bush, to analyze Congress, the Obama Administration and American policy at home and abroad. A regular panelist on FOX News Sunday and a columnist for The Washington Post, Kristol takes an in-depth look at the Obama Administration, how its working with the divided Congress and what it all means. Kristol is the recipient of the 2009 Bradley Prize for his commitment to strengthening American democratic capitalism and the institutions, principles and values that sustain and nurture it.