A senior editor for National Review, where he has covered national politics and public policy for 18 years, Ponnuru is also a columnist for Bloomberg View. A prolific writer, he is the author of a monograph about Japanese industrial policy and a book about American politics and the sanctity of human life. At AEI, Ponnuru examines the future of conservatism, with particular attention to health care, economic policy, and constitutionalism.
"The Party of Death: The Democrats, the Media, the Courts, and the Disregard for Human Life," Regnery Publishing, 2006
Over the weekend, Hillary Clinton went to Iowa for the first time since she lost the caucuses there in 2008. "Hello, Iowa. I'm baaack" is how she began her remarks. For Republicans, it sounds a bit like a horror film.
Most views that relate economic classes with monetary policy seem mistaken as a result of looking at monetary policy the wrong way. Almost all of us share an interest in avoiding and escaping economic slumps; it’s just that we disagree about how to do so.
The new Crossroads GPS/American Action Network poll on women's views of Republicans shows the "thuddingly obvious," but it also reveals the Republican Party's greater misunderstanding of the gender gap.