Legalization by Edict
A potential White House attempt to unilaterally legalize the status of millions of immigrants could well be the most extreme act of executive overreach ever attempted by an American president in peacetime.
2014 Bradley Symposium: Remarks by Kristen Soltis Anderson
Kristen Soltis Anderson, pollster & columnist for The Daily Beast, gave a presentation on the millennial generation at the 2014 Bradley Symposium, titled “America’s Prospects: Promise and Peril.”
2014 Bradley Symposium: Remarks by Glenn Hubbard
“America’s Prospects: Promise and Peril” The Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C. Speaker: Glenn Hubbard, Columbia Business School Glenn Hubbard: This is a terrific event, and thanks to the Bradley Foundation, too, for its work. I’ll make multiple mentions of that in my remarks this morning. When Yuval asked me to do this he gave me, although for an […]
2014 Bradley Symposium: Introduction by Yuval Levin
EPPC Hertog Fellow Yuval Levin offered introductory remarks at the 2014 Bradley Symposium, titled “America’s Prospects: Promise and Peril.”
Hamas has succeeded in stirring anti-Semitism around the world, even as it kills Israelis and uses Palestinians as human shields.
2014 Bradley Symposium: Remarks by Henry Olsen
EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen spoke about some of the trends that likely will shape American politics over the next decade at the 2014 Bradley Symposium, titled “America’s Prospects: Promise and Peril.”
Shipwreck and Mission
The church would do well to recover a sense of how its mission is bound up with the inevitable calamities that befall it.
Festivals of art and literature in England, Virginia, and elsewhere greatly enrich the social and economic life of rural communities.
The Despot in the Kremlin
To pretend that Vladimir Putin is anything other than a despot is to ignore massive evidence of his viciousness.
The GOP’s Cleveland Convention Opportunity
The GOP’s choice for its 2016 convention site presents a good opportunity to highlight Republican solutions to failed Democratic governance.