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I overheard many comments of how people enjoyed George Will's speech. There were a lot of laughs and head nodding throughout as well. Mr. Will was a huge hit.
Greater New York Hospital Association
Mr. Will was amazing and as always very insightful! Our audience was very appreciative of his time to answer Q&A and for the picture opportunity afterwards.
American Association of State Compensation Insurance Funds
Between his election predictions, baseball anecdotes and conservative outlook on current events, [George Will] captivated our audience.
The Farm Credit Council
George Will was a grand slam. We had 700 people attend the event, and, truth be told, our staff ran this perfectly. My hope is that he was pleased as well with how well we took care of him. A note, beyond just how well he spoke, and the fact that he did so in a balanced way, being an equal opportunity critic of both parties: Mr. Will was very good with our donors at the reception on Monday evening - unhurried, conversational, approachable. We could not have had a better event, and Mr. Will was tremendous.
Whitworth University
Everything went just great -- and according to plan -- with George Will's talk. His talk was just the right balance of substance and humor. He kept to the time schedule. And, as always, he excelled during the Q&A. I cannot think of any way in which either he or you and your colleagues could have done anything better.
Hoover Institution, Stanford University

George F. Will

America’s Foremost Political Columnist

Unmatched in political insight, George Will provides witty, trenchant and always-informed commentary on politics, the economy and American society.

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America's foremost political commentator and columnist George F. Will presents penetrating and incisive commentary on the Washington political scene, offering a glimpse into what the future holds for public affairs, public policy and American society.

Meet George F. Will

Unmatched in political insight, George Will provides witty, trenchant and always-informed commentary on politics, the economy and American society.

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist George F. Will is the country’s most widely read political columnist, as well as its foremost conservative voice. His popular twice-weekly column for The Washington Post syndicate reaches nearly 475 newspapers throughout the United States and Europe. Perhaps there’s no political acumen more finely honed than Will’s. And perhaps no one has more or better insights into the issues and political realities of today. As one of the most respected and sought after political commentators on the national scene, Will provides you with an informed and expert view on the issues. He is a prolific author with books ranging from The Woven Figure: Conservatism and America’s Fabric to Bunts to One Man's America: The Pleasures and Provocations of Our Singular Nation. In 1990, Will published Men At Work: The Craft of Baseball, which topped The New York Times best-seller list for two months. His latest book, A Nice Little Place on the North Side: Wrigley Field at One Hundred, was released March 25, 2014. Will currently serves as a contributor for MSNBC and NBC News.

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