Like many, I was introduced to Charles Krauthammer via television. His wry wit and concision were perfectly suited to the medium, but it is as a weekly columnist and writer that he is most remembered. This collection of columns and essays displays the depth and breadth of his thinking on topics ranging from the Cold War to stem cell research.
Having consumed this book via Audible, my only nit is with the audio production. Unprepared for the change in narrator midway through, it felt like losing Charles a second time.