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Mark Hemingway

Mark Hemingway

Mark Hemingway is a senior writer at RealClearInvestigations and the books editor at The Federalist. He was formerly a senior writer at The Weekly Standard, a columnist and editorial writer for the Washington Examiner, and a staff writer at National Review. He is the recipient of a Robert Novak Journalism fellowship and was a two-time Global Prosperity Initiative Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. He was a 2014 Lincoln Fellow of The Claremont Institute and a Eugene C. Pulliam Distinguished Fellow in Journalism at Hillsdale College in 2016. He is married to journalist and Fox News contributor Mollie Hemingway, and they have two daughters.

Articles by Mark Hemingway
From “story hour” to lewd clubbing with the queens

From “story hour” to lewd clubbing with the queens

Mark Hemingway | A Pride Month event in Dallas exposes young children to explicit sexual behavior

Mark Hemingway | We need more than political solutions to gun violence

Mark Hemingway | Businesses begin to see pushback in the culture war

Mark Hemingway | But this time, a Washington Post article backfires


Mark Hemingway | The scary reality involving sexual abuse of the truly vulnerable

Mark Hemingway | It’s time for Christians to stand for the truth and accept the consequences

Mark Hemingway | It’s time to speak the truth despite the costs

Mark Hemingway | Their message is clear: Get political and cultural extremism out of public schools

Mark Hemingway | Taking an honest approach toward COVID restrictions for kids

Mark Hemingway | Steven Brill’s “fact-checking” service is coming soon to a school near you