The author and syndicated columnist reflects on key themes and events in his distinguished career. Click “Show more” to view all chapters. For more conversations, visit http://www.conversationswithbillkristol.org
Chapter 1 (00:15 – 24:45): The Reagan Doctrine
Chapter 2 (24:45 – 40:19): The Unipolar Moment
Chapter 3 (40:19 – 54:37): Decline is a Choice
Chapter 4 (54:37 – 1:06:40): The Sixties and Quebec
Chapter 5 (1:06:40 – 1:21:51): Political Philosophy and Medicine
Chapter 6 (1:21:51 – 1:43:54): On Judaism and Israel
In this conversation, Charles Krauthammer reflects on his upbringing in a politically-tumultuous Quebec, his work in medicine, and his views on Zionism, Judaism, and religion. Charles Krauthammer and Bill Kristol also discuss some of the key ideas, questions, and themes of his writing—including the “Reagan Doctrine,” an idea he coined, the role of America in a new post-Cold War world, and whether the America of 2015 is in decline.
He’s been missing from Fox — and now Charles Krauthammer is revealing more about his future
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Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer, who has been absent from his post on “Special Report” for months as he recovers from surgery, released a statement about his condition and plan for the future.
“Thanks to all for your cards, letters and good wishes. I am still recovering from major surgery 12 weeks ago. I have graduated from the ICU to an advanced rehab facility to regain my strength and stamina,” Krauthammer said in the note, which was posted on Twitter by Bret Baier.
“It’s a longer road than anticipated, but the support of family, friends and kindly viewers continue to sustain me. In the immortal words of Arnold Schwarzenegger, I’ll be back,” he added.
Last month, Baier revealed that the conservative commentator “ran into complications post surgery.”
“He desperately wants to come back to the panel as soon as possible,” he continued. “Believe me, I speak to or email with his wife Robby almost every day. And I share your thoughts and prayers.”
But still, the exact details surrounding his surgery remain unclear.
Krauthammer, 67, is a fan favorite at the channel for not only his political insights but irreverent humor.
In addition to “Special Report”, he’s also a familiar face on Fox News’ election night coverage and was previously a regular on the “O’Reilly Factor” prior to its cancellation.
Krauthammer became paralyzed below the waist in a diving accident while he attended Harvard Medical School. He eventually left psychiatry for journalism. He won a Pulitzer Prize for Commentary in 1987.
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