Doublethink’s mission is to identify and develop young conservative and libertarian writers while delivering an excellent magazine of politics, culture, economics, and the arts. Doublethink is the official magazine of America’s Future Foundation. It is found online at AFF’s website and does not publish a print edition.
Doublethink’s editorial philosophy emphasizes three principles: original reporting, informed commentary, and a youthful spirit of irreverent inquiry. We put our young and relatively inexperienced writers to work investigating stories other magazines overlook. We then inject healthy doses of scrutiny and informed opinion into our exclusive finds. The result is a type of intelligent opinion journalism that is rare in American letters today and even rarer from writers in their twenties.
In Doublethink, young writers with good ideas, raw talent, and a drive to succeed–but with few or no publication credits to their vitae–finds professional, well-regarded editors who are as invested in their success as any newspaper or magazine editor is invested in a top reporter or essayist.
About the Editor – Joel Gehrke
Joel Gehrke is Editor of Doublethink Magazine. He is also a Commentary Staff Writer at The Washington Examiner, where he covers campaigns, congressional oversight of the executive branch, and the White House. Among other things, he has covered the Energy Department — with particular reference the to the green energy loan program — the State Department, and the Justice Department’s involvement in Operation Fast and Furious and the ensuing investigation. He is a graduate of Hillsdale College.
You can reach him at email@example.com
Doublethink Advisory Board
Tim Carney, Washington Examiner
Ramesh Ponnuru, National Review
John Farley, Novak Journalism Fellowship
Jim Antle, Daily Caller News Foundation
Mark Nugent, The American Conservative
Katie Pavlich, Townhall Magazine
Philip Klein, Washington Examiner
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