Pro-Family Policies Aren’t ‘Social Engineering,’ They’re Conservative
Conservatives suffer from the perception that their talk about the family is just that: talk. A pro-family agenda with meat on its bones would be the best way to address this problem.
The Myth of Washington Gridlock
Today’s much-bemoaned gridlock on the Potomac has a cause deeper than the American system of government: it’s cultural rather than structural.
June 2015 Bradley Symposium Video Recording
The Future Of Higher Education Risks and opportunities in an era of change Washington, D.C. Speakers: Yuval Levin, Ethics and Public Policy Center and National Affairs (introduction) Mitch Daniels, Purdue University (remarks begin at 9:17 mark in video) Andrew Kelly, American Enterprise Institute (remarks begin at 22:53 mark in video) Alexander Tabarrok, George Mason University (remarks begin […]
55 Scholars Protest AP U.S. History Changes
Dozens of distinguished historians, Americanists, and education specialists have issued a powerful condemnation of the College Board’s revisionist history.
Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks at the May 2015 Faith Angle Forum
The Faith Angle Forum is a semi-annual conference which brings together a select group of 20 nationally respected journalists with 3-5 distinguished scholars on areas of religion, politics & public life. “A Religious Response to Religious Violence” South Beach, Florida Speaker: Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, the Ingeborg and Ira Rennert Global Distinguished Professor of Judaic Thought […]
Bernard Haykel and William McCants at the May 2015 Faith Angle Forum
The Faith Angle Forum is a semi-annual conference which brings together a select group of 20 nationally respected journalists with 3-5 distinguished scholars on areas of religion, politics & public life. “The Islamic State: Understanding its Ideology and Theology” South Beach, Florida Speakers: Dr. Bernard Haykel, Professor of Near Eastern Studies and Director, The Institute for […]
Amorality in the Service of Politics: Obama Apologizes for Iranian Anti-Semitism
It’s profoundly worrying — and morally offensive — that President Obama can shrug off the abundant evidence that the Iranian regime is in the grip of dangerous illusions about Jewish power and Jewish evil, and casually compare it to the kind of anti-Semitism found in modern-day Europe and America.
Scott Walker’s Tax Populism
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has eschewed the typical supply-side orthodoxy in favor of an economically successful – and politically popular – alternative.
Men Such As These: A Memorial Day Reflection
The Doolittle Raiders were brave men and patriots, the products of an imperfect but intact public culture that nurtured millions of heroes like them.
Have Democrats Pulled Too Far Left?
For demographic reasons, many Democrats believe that they are riding a tide of presidential inevitability. They may want to rethink that.