S. T. Karnick

S.T. Karnick is director of research for the Heartland Institute. Before joining Heartland, he served as director of publications for the Hudson Institute, where he was co-founder and editor in ...

S.T. Karnick is director of research for the Heartland Institute. Before joining Heartland, he served as director of publications for the Hudson Institute, where he was co-founder and editor in chief of the organization's quarterly magazine, American Outlook.

Karnick has written several hundred articles for publications and websites such as The Weekly Standard, The American Spectator, National Review, the New York Post, the Washington Examiner, the National Interest, Pajamas Media, and many others, as well as for radio and television.

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Politics & Policy

Will and Grace

The too-brief life of the German pastor and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer has been the subject of much film and literary interest in recent years, and Eric Metaxas’s insightful biography of ...
Politics & Policy

Saving Lincoln

Although it’s set a century and a half ago, this thriller by veteran NR writer and first-time novelist John J. Miller deals with a problem that still bedevils us today: ...
Politics & Policy

Books of the Un-Dead

Although the novel Dracula, by Bram Stoker, has surely been one of the most influential works of genre fiction ever written, ironically the central point of the book has nearly ...
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Governors Win

Look back into the history of the past century, and one U.S. political-cultural truth is eminently clear: Governors win the presidency. #ad#Just consider the following: George W. Bush: Governor of Texas. ...
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Mad Progress

Summer has become the main season for cable TV networks to premiere new series and specials, as the broadcast networks give themselves over to reruns and game shows on the ...
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Amazing Ideas

An early scene in Amazing Grace establishes the film’s themes in a way that is more subtle than it may initially seem. #ad#Young William Wilberforce (Ioan Gruffudd) confronts a man ...