Charles C. W. Cooke is a writer at National Review and a graduate of the University of Oxford, at which he studied Modern History and Politics. Charles emigrated to the United States from England in 2011. His work has focused especially on Anglo-American history, British liberty, free speech, the second amendment, and American exceptionalism. Charles appears frequently on Canada’s Sun News Network, and has broadcast for the BBC, MSNBC, CTV, ABC, and CBS. In addition to National Review, his writing has also been published by the National Interest, the Washington Times, and the New York Post. Follow Charles on Twitter, and Google, or contact him by e-mail.