VIDEO: Washington Journal C-SPAN: Republican Party and Campaign 2016
On March 14, 2016, EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared on Washington Journal C-SPAN to discuss his Time Magazine piece, “The Party of Reagan is No More.” Additionally, Mr. Wehner discussed the chances of a brokered Republican convention in July, and who among the candidates he will support for the nomination.
VIDEO: AEI Election Watch: Super Tuesday and Beyond
EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen took part in a panel discussion sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute about the 2016 presidential contest thus far, and how the rest of the race is likely to unfold.
VIDEO: PBS NewsHour: How Scalia Made Constitutional Law Exciting
EPPC President Ed Whelan, a former law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, appeared on PBS NewsHour to discuss the late justice’s legacy.
AUDIO: Henry Olsen on the Steve Deace Show
EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen discusses the 2016 GOP primary and the four types of Republican voters.
VIDEO: Opinion Journal: Getting Republicans Wrong
EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen joined the Wall Street Journal‘s web program “Opinion Journal” to discuss conservatives, party factions, and the 2016 presidential race.
VIDEO: Henry Olsen Discusses Trump, Cruz, and “Disillusioned” Voters on CNN
EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen appeared on CNN to discuss the 2016 GOP primary and Republican candidates’ attempts to reach “disillusioned” voters.
VIDEO: C-SPAN Washington Journal: Republican Party in 2016
EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen discusses the GOP primary and his new book on the Republican electorate.
VIDEO: Modernity, Religion and Morality: A Conversation with George Weigel and Yoram Hazony
At the Tikvah Fund’s Advanced Institute in Jerusalem, “God, Politics, and the Future of Europe,” EPPC’s George Weigel participated in a conversation on “Modernity, Religion and Morality” to discuss the decline of Western Civilization and to probe some of the reasons behind it.
VIDEO: Why We Need the Humanities
EPPC Senior Fellow Bruce Cole participated as a respondent to a lecture sponsored by Princeton University’s James Madison Program, titled “Why We Need The Humanities.”
VIDEO: George Weigel Featured in “Jeopardy!” Clue
EPPC’s George Weigel’s work was the basis for a question and answer on a recent episode of the popular quiz show.