Ramesh Ponnuru, senior editor at the conservative National Review, is the author of The Party of Death: The Democrats, the Media, the Courts, and the Disregard for Human Life and the monograph The Mystery of Japanese Growth (American Enterprise Institute/Centre for Policy Studies). Ponnuru "has been a fellow at the Institute of Economic Affairs in London and a media fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution."
On July 25, 2007, Ponnuru started the Right Matters blog—"Talking About the Future of Conservatism"—at the Washington Post.
- "As the Bush years wind down, the future of conservatism is up for grabs. Conservatives are asking one another questions about the next presidential election, of course--but also more basic questions about the use of force overseas, the limits of free markets, and the state's role (if it has one) in enforcing morality. How these debates turn out will affect everyone--so feel free to join the discussion," Ponnuru states.
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Related SourceWatch articles
- Satyam Khanna, "Washington Post Hires ‘Party Of Death’ Author To Lead ‘Discussion Group’ On Morality," Think Progress, August 6, 2007.
Articles by Ramesh Ponnuru
- With John J. Miller, "Gallant Effort. When liberals can't pass a law, they get the courts to do the dirty work," National Review Online, May 5, 2000.
- With John J. Miller, "CAIR Package. Islamophobic smear campaigns?" National Review Online, November 8, 2001.
- "Hatch Hates Hate. Utah senator plans a hate-crimes bill," National Review Online, January 15, 2003.
- "More Mush from the Times. The gray lady comes out boldly for. . . more discussion of Iraq," National Review Online, February 24, 2003.
- "Whistle Stop. The New York Times's latest antiwar 'expert',", National Review Online, March 7, 2003.
- "Our Liberal Media. It’s More Plausible Than the Alternative Theory," National Review Online, June 30, 2003.
- "The Return of John McCain. Gearing up for 2008," National Review Online, August 31, 2004.