EPPC Briefly: George Weigel on Charlie Hebdo, Jihadism, and the Future of Europe
January 22, 2015 FOLLOW EPPC ON FEATURED PUBLICATIONS Europe and Nothingness “You can’t beat something with nothingness,” warns EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel as he reflects on the horrific jihadist attack on Charlie Hebdo. “Freedom, justice, and human solidarity cannot be grounded in nihilism.” A War of Ideas EPPC Senior Fellow Mona Charen […]
EPPC Briefly: George Weigel on Pope Francis and the 2014 and 2015 Synods
What to expect at the Ordinary Synod of 2015; Gruber’s abortion distortion; Roger Scruton on what makes true art; and much more
EPPC Briefly: How to Make the GOP Victory Last
Henry Olsen on how to win in 2016; books for Christmas; the “Torture Report” in context; and much more.
EPPC Briefly: Immigration ‘Reform’ and Obama’s Will to Power
Mona Charen, Yuval Levin, and Stanley Kurtz on the immigration executive action; Mary Eberstadt on the New Intolerance; George Weigel on Vatican II and the Berlin Wall; and much more.
EPPC Briefly: November 13, 2014
Yuval Levin on what a Republican Congress should do; Ed Whelan on the judicial filibuster; Jim Capretta on the future of Obamacare; and more.
EPPC Briefly: October 30, 2014
October 30, 2014 EPPC Briefly: If Reagan Were Alive Today… Featured Publications: If Ronald Reagan Were Alive Today… In a cover essay for Commentary, EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen and EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner observe that as the field for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination takes shape, “anyone seeking to lead today’s Republican […]
George Weigel Speaks at St. John Paul II Chapel Dedication at Mundelein Seminary
EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel gave a lecture at a ceremony dedicating the new St. John Paul II Chapel at Mundelein Seminary in Mundelein, Illinois.
EPPC Briefly: October 16, 2014
October 16, 2014 EPPC Briefly: Yuval Levin on Forming Citizens Featured Publication Taking the Long Way “The idea of liberty that both progressives and conservatives generally articulate takes the person capable of freedom for granted without pausing to wonder where he might come from,” argues EPPC Hertog Fellow Yuval Levin in First Things. The “moral […]
EPPC Briefly: October 2, 2014
October 2, 2014 EPPC Briefly: How November’s Election Will Shape Federal Courts Featured Publication: The Senate and the Courts Over the past six years, explains EPPC President Ed Whelan in the Weekly Standard, “President Obama has enjoyed remarkable success in his project to remake the federal courts in his own ideological image.” The outcome of this […]
EPPC Briefly: September 18, 2014
September 18, 2014 EPPC Briefly: George Weigel on an Ominous ‘Intermission’ in Ukraine Featured Publication ‘Intermission’ in Ukraine? EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel surveys the “ominous historical resonances” of the state of affairs in Ukraine, where “the fall of 2014 is looking ominously like the late months of 1938 and the first months of 1939.” Mr. […]