Appearances


VIDEO: AEI Election Watch: The 2016 Contest, One Year Out

EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen joined a bipartisan team of experts at AEI to discuss the issues, groups, and rules that could shape the upcoming presidential and congressional contests.

Morning Joe: Wehner Says Paul Ryan is Plenty Conservative

EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to discuss Paul Ryan’s candidacy for Speaker of the House and the reactions of some members in the House GOP caucus.

CBS News: The Fight to Build a President Eisenhower Memorial

EPPC Senior Fellow Bruce Cole appeared on CBS This Morning to discuss the controversial design for a planned memorial to President Eisenhower in Washington, D.C.

GOP Debate Preview: Appearance on Bill Bennett Show

EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen appeared on the Bill Bennett Show (with guest host Steven Hayward) on September 16, 2015, to preview the GOP presidential debate hosted by CNN.

Mike Gallagher Show: Peter Wehner on Donald Trump’s Candidacy

EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared on the Mike Gallagher Show to discuss the candidacy of Donald Trump.

BBC Radio Segment on 2016 GOP Primary

EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen appeared on BBC Radio to present his analysis of the 2016 GOP primary field.

How Will Moderate Republicans Shape the Primaries?

EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen appeared on Minnesota Public Radio to discuss the current pool of GOP presidential hopefuls and the role of moderate candidates in the upcoming debates and primaries.

What Will a Republican Congress Do on Health Care?

How will a Republican Congress set the health care agenda following the midterm elections? AEI’s Joe Antos and EPPC’s Jim Capretta hosted a bipartisan discussion canvassing predictions for Congress’s strategy over the next two years and associated policy recommendations.

First Things Lecture: The New Intolerance

Many secularists today want Christianity to be discredited as “intolerant,” because Christianity and Christians are in the way of demolishing traditional moral limits so that they can be reconstructed to accord with the desires and needs of the powerful, who don’t like being hindered.

The Republican Party’s Civil War: Will Freedom Win?

EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen took part in a Cato Institute event on July 29, 2014, that explored the future of the Republican party. Here is the Cato Institute’s description of the event: “The Republican Party continues its trek through the electoral and ideological wilderness. The party’s problems are evident. Its presidential candidates have won […]