I would rather hear what you have to say. Fascinating as you may find Mr. Krauthammer, what you have to say seems more genuine to me. Even Mr. Hanson, the whose writing seems wonderful and, depending on the subject, fascinating as well, and well worth the reading, would be a distant second. And I do buy Mr. Hanson's books, occasionally even a political rant, simply to enjoy his prose and the superb quality of his invective and sarcasm when he's ranting, and for his lucidity and the joy of his exposition when he's talking about Greek Hoplite Warfare.
He has something of your authenticity as well. I don't agree with him on politics any more than I do with you, but I admire the person I believe I see behind the writing.
There are healthier ways to get your exercise, I'd suspect.
Sincerely, Bob Kaven