Guest Blogger Austin Vitelli: Things That Matter by Charles Krauthammer

Here’s a guest review from the archives of Things That Matter by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Charles Krauthammer, who died yesterday (6/21/18).

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I’d like to welcome my next guest blogger, austinv56 of The Philly Sports Report (http://austinv56.wordpress.com/).  He has reviewed Things That Matter, by Charles Krauthammer.

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Things That Matter
by Charles Krauthammer
Rating: 3.5/5

There is no doubt that Charles Krauthammer, graduate of McGill University and Harvard Medical School, knows what he’s talking about. He’s been a syndicated columnist for The Washington Post for nearly 30 years. He’s also a regular on Fox News in the Special Report with Bret Baier. His knowledge of U.S. foreign policy is unparalleled by many in the world, especially for political journalists such as himself. His life, as told through his columns, certainly makes an interesting story.

This book includes many of his columns from The Washington Post, as well as other pieces he wrote for Time, The New Republic, and Weekly Standard. He organizes it into three parts—personal…

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One thought on “Guest Blogger Austin Vitelli: Things That Matter by Charles Krauthammer

  1. So glad you posted this. CK was such a unique, gentle, perceptive, intelligent human being. I loved hearing or reading his commentary – and it’s a tragedy that he’s not here any more. But he clearly lived the life he wanted, given the hand that was dealt him – a testament to the human spirit.

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