Mr. Adler is an NRO contributing editor and the inaugural Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. His latest book is Marijuana Federalism: Uncle Sam and Mary Jane.
M. D. Aeschliman taught for several decades at American and European universities and is emeritus professor of education at Boston University. The new, revised edition of his The Restoration of Man: C. S. Lewis and the Continuing Case against Scientism has been published in English and French.
Michael Auslin is the Payson J. Treat Distinguished Research Fellow in Contemporary Asia at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution and the author of Asia’s New Geopolitics. He co-hosts The Pacific Century podcast.
David Beckworth is a senior research fellow with the Program on Monetary Policy at George Mason University’s Mercatus Center, and a former international economist at the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
Steve H. Hanke is a professor of applied economics at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. He is a senior fellow and the director of the Troubled Currencies Project at the Cato Institute in Washington, D.C.
Jon Hartley is an economics Ph.D. student at Stanford University and a research fellow at the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity. He formerly served as a senior policy adviser to the Congressional Joint Economic Committee.
Kevin A. Hassett is the senior adviser to National Review Capital Matters. He is also distinguished visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution and the global head of research at Affinity Partners. Hassett served as the 29th chairman of the President’s Council of Economic Advisers beginning in 2017 and rejoined the White House in 2020 as senior adviser to the president.
Martin Hutchinson is a co-author of Alchemists of Loss, on the 2008 financial crisis, and the author of Britain’s Greatest Prime Minister, a forthcoming biography of Lord Liverpool. His work can be found at tbwns.com.
Kathryn Jean Lopez is a senior fellow at the National Review Institute and an editor-at-large of National Review. Sign up for her weekly NRI newsletter here. She is the author of A Year with the Mystics: Visionary Wisdom for Daily Living.
Mr. Mahoney is a professor emeritus at Assumption University and a senior fellow at the Real Clear Foundation. His new book, The Statesman as Thinker: Portraits of Greatness, Courage, and Moderation, will be published in May.
John J. Miller, the national correspondent for National Review and host of its Great Books podcast, is the director of the Dow Journalism Program at Hillsdale College. He is the author of A Gift of Freedom: How the John M. Olin Foundation Changed America.
Ryan Mills is an enterprise and media reporter at National Review. He previously worked for 14 years as a breaking news reporter, investigative reporter, and editor at newspapers in Florida. Originally from Minnesota, Ryan lives in the Fort Myers area with his wife and two sons.
George Weigel is Distinguished Senior Fellow of Washington’s Ethics and Public Policy Center, where he holds the William E. Simon Chair in Catholic Studies. His 27th book, The Next Pope: The Office of Peter and a Church in Mission, has just been published by Ignatius Press.
Mr. Whelan holds the Antonin Scalia Chair in Constitutional Studies at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. A regular contributor to National Review’s blog Bench Memos, he has closely covered every Supreme Court confirmation since 2005.
Armond White, a culture critic, writes about movies for National Review and is the author of New Position: The Prince Chronicles. His new book, Make Spielberg Great Again: The Steven Spielberg Chronicles, is available at Amazon.
Heather Wilhelm is a columnist for National Review. Her work has also appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the Chicago Tribune,RealClearPolitics, the Washington Examiner, Commentary magazine, the Dallas Morning News, the Miami Herald, and the Kansas City Star.
Kevin D. Williamson is a fellow at National Review Institute, the roving correspondent for National Review, and the author of Big White Ghetto: Dead Broke, Stone-Cold Stupid, and High on Rage in the Dank Woolly Wilds of the ‘Real America.’