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.
Mark Hemingway | New York Times columnist reflects on his class but doesn’t go far enough
Mark Hemingway | Pride month and anti-Christian mockery should prompt a response
Mark Hemingway | The president’s lighthearted jokes were offensive and inappropriate in the wake of the Nashville shooting
Mark Hemingway | We need greatly simplified and fairly applied laws when it comes to protecting state secrets
Mark Hemingway | Turns out the concerns about Twitter’s “trust and safety” polices were spot on
Mark Hemingway | We should welcome all children, not just the picture-perfect ones
Mark Hemingway | Why are journalists trying to downplay Elon Musk’s Twitter revelations?
Mark Hemingway | Left and right alike are hurling unfair attacks on a morally serious leader
Mark Hemingway | Schools value politics and ideology more than truth