Ben Domenech

Originally from Mississippi, Ben Domenech began his career as a political journalist covering Capitol Hill. In 2002, he was sworn in as the youngest political appointee in the Bush Administration, where he served for a year before spending two as the chief speechwriter for a U.S. Senator. Ben has worked as a book editor, ghostwriter and consultant (though not necessarily in that order). He is a co-founder of Redstate and the editor in chief of The Critical. He lives in Virginia.

Blogging: The History and the Spirit

Aug 31, 2006|Ben Domenech

At a time when electronic communication leaves us increasingly cynical and skeptical, blogs can free us to communicate in a surprisingly personal way.

Bonhoeffer's Sacrificial Love

Feb 09, 2006|Ben Domenech

Nazi-era theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer inspires us to love, to the point of discomfort and even death.