2015 Bradley Symposium: Question-and-Answer Session
Participants in the 2015 Bradley Symposium, titled “The Future of Higher Education,” respond to questions from moderator Yuval Levin and from the audience.
2015 Bradley Symposium: Remarks by Andrew Kelly
American Enterprise Institute fellow Andrew P. Kelly presents on the economics of college.
2015 Bradley Symposium: Remarks by Mitch Daniels
Purdue University President Mitch Daniels discusses the future of the American university.
2015 Bradley Symposium: Welcome by Yuval Levin
EPPC Hertog Fellow Yuval Levin welcomes guests to the 2015 Bradley Symposium and introduces the panelists.
2015 Bradley Symposium: Remarks by Alex Tabarrok
George Mason University professor Alex Tabarrok delivers a presentation on technology and higher education.
2015 Bradley Symposium: Remarks by Peter Lawler
Berry College professor Peter A. Lawler speaks on the future of liberal education.
Lessons for Today, after Obergefell, from Catholics Who Were Persecuted under Elizabeth I
In the developed, democratic world, it seemed impossible to imagine that Catholics would once again live under penal laws or their cultural equivalent, scorned (and worse) for being threats to the state and civil comity by reason of their faith. It’s no longer impossible to imagine that.
The Supreme Court Has Legalized Same-Sex Marriage: Now What?
Religious liberty — and even the common understanding of the “nature of things” — is on shaky ground after Obergefell.
The Church and the “New Normal”
In the wake of the Supreme Court’s marriage decision, some sober thoughts occur.
King v. Burwell and the Law
The nature and character of the Supreme Court’s majority opinion, much more than the specific implications of the decision for America’s continuing health-care debate, seem likely to make this decision a lasting and consequential one—and unfortunately not in a good way.