John Hillen

John Hillen, the chairman of National Review, Inc., is a director of many companies and non-profits. He is a co-author of the recently published What Happens Now? Reinvent Yourself as A Leader Before Your Business Outruns You.

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Politics & Policy

Found Wanting

In a country in which fewer and fewer people serve in an ever-shrinking all-volunteer military, it can be difficult to make a comprehensive case to the civilian public about the ...
Politics & Policy

Foreign Policy by Map

George W. Bush left office with his activist foreign policy in disrepute. Fast-forward six years: President Barack Obama has pursued, in some respects, the opposite approach, and yet he has ...

A Buckley Man

As we all know, Bill was one of the most consequential figures of he age, let alone in our lives as conservatives. He defined us, to wit: when I went ...

Taking Care of Veterans

The Washington Post business section (rarely read in this one-industry town) had a piece yesterday on the extraordinary failure of the federal government to comply with a 1999 law requiring ...
Politics & Policy

Among Heroes

EDITOR’S NOTE: On Saturday, a few NR writers and friends were among those visiting wounded troops at Walter Reed Medical Center, at a monthly open house. Some of us wrote ...