Lee Edwards

Lee Edwards is a distinguished fellow in conservative thought at the Heritage Foundation.

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The Conscience of a Zek

There should be little argument that the Russian novelist and historian Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn changed history more than any other writer of the 20th century. With his mesmerizing One Day in ...

A Great Champion of Freedom

She was called the Iron Lady — by the Soviets first and then by her British opponents — because her belief in freedom and her opposition to tyranny were cast ...

Need Last-Minute Gift Suggestions?

Believing, as a conservative should, that the old things are the best things I suggest two novels and one CD for the season.  This is the 20th anniversary of the dissolution ...

Reagan@100: Courage and Humor

Who can forget Reagan’s incredible courage and humor immediately following the attempted assassination by John Hinckley on March 30, 1981, the 70th day of his presidency? When a fearful Nancy arrived ...

B. Obama — I for Incomplete

I sat next to a Nobel Peace Prize nominee yesterday — Rebiya Kadeer, who leads the Uighurs in exile while two of her eleven children are imprisoned in Xinjiang, the ...