Henry Olsen


VIDEO: AEI Election Watch: Delegates, Drama, and Campaign Dynamics in 2016

EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen joined a team of election experts at the American Enterprise Institute to discuss what to expect as the primary season winds down and the conventions approach.

Does a Conservative Reformation Loom on the Horizon?

We conservatives face our own rendezvous with destiny, our own time for choosing. We either face up to it and finish the work we have been bequeathed, to reform conservatism in line with all of its principles and transform a negative confederation into a positive federation, or we condemn our movement to “a thousand years of darkness.”

The Right to ‘Mobocracy’

Many early Americans thought liberty was inextricably linked with property and thus wanted to restrict the vote to the well-to-do.

VIDEO: AEI Election Watch: Super Tuesday and Beyond

EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen took part in a panel discussion sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute about the 2016 presidential contest thus far, and how the rest of the race is likely to unfold.

Super Tuesday Will Determine Whether Trump Can Be Stopped

Whether Ted Cruz can stay in the race after Tuesday is the single most important factor in determining whether Trump can win.

An Agenda to Court Trump Supporters

Donald Trump’s opponents must confront him on his many reckless and false statements, his faux conservatism, and his appalling nativism and vulgarity. But the GOP must also offer a realistic alternative to Trump’s simplistic and counterproductive policy pronouncements.

An Agenda to Court Trump Supporters

Donald Trump’s opponents must confront him on his many reckless and false statements, his faux conservatism, and his appalling nativism and vulgarity. But the GOP must also offer a realistic alternative to Trump’s simplistic and counterproductive policy pronouncements.

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AUDIO: Henry Olsen on the Steve Deace Show

EPPC Senior Fellow Henry Olsen discusses the 2016 GOP primary and the four types of Republican voters.

How ‘The Stupid Party’ Earned Its Name

A new book explains how conservatism has become both unable to argue rather than assert and uninterested in persuading Americans who are not already true believers to join the cause.

To Attract Disillusioned Voters, the GOP Must Understand Their Concerns

The constituency that is rallying to Trump is not fully conservative, but it shares more values with conservatives than do any of the other constituencies that could possibly be enticed to join our cause.

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