Who makes for good reading? That is the question addressed in our Voices page, which provides links to columns and journals that contribute their voices in a spirit and tone consistent with our Declaration. This page also provides links to political organizations that are worth reading, even if they may not either support the principles or exhibit the sensibility that this site promotes.
- Niall Ferguson’s home page at the Hoover Institutition.
- Charles Krauthammer’s weekly column in The Washington Post.
- Bill O’Reilly’s weekly column on his website.
- George Will’s twice-weekly column in The Washington Post.
- American Enterprise Institute, “a community of scholars and supporters committed to expanding liberty, increasing individual opportunity and strengthening free enterprise.”
- American Spectator, providing conservative journalism and “espouse[ing] traditional American values.”
- National Review, providing “up-to-the-minute conservative commentary on politics, news, and culture.”
- New Republic, publishing as a liberal voice since 1914 with a style “passionate but realistic, shrewd but permissive of idealistic daydreams.”
- Politico, a magazine and website providing “tough, fair and fun coverage of politics and government.”
- Reason, the monthly magazine of “free minds and free markets.”
- Weekly Standard, possessing a neoconservative heritage and providing “reporting and comments on the news of the day.”
- American Crossroads, supporting candidates who “willing to stand up for families, small businesses and communities.”
- Americans for Prosperity, engaging “citizens in the name of limited government and free markets on the local, state, and federal levels.”
- Third Way, a group speaking to “Democrats and Independents who share the conviction that government plays an essential role in keeping our promises—for equal opportunity, individual liberty, stewardship of our resources, and lasting security.”