Friendship in the Age of Trump
The candidacy of Donald J. Trump is not only fracturing the Republican Party, it is breaking up friendships as well.
Let’s See Trump in All His Ugliness
The American people need to know the real temperament — the man in full — who would be president.
VIDEO: Peter Wehner on Morning Joe: Trump Would be GOP “Catastrophe”
EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner joined MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” to discuss Donald Trump and his uneasy relationship with the Republican Party.
Trump Remains a Threat to Conservatism
It isn’t simply that Trump isn’t a conservative in the spirit of Goldwater or Reagan; it is that he has been an active opponent of conservatism long ago, recently and to this very day.
Our Great Easter Hope
In many respects, the Christian faith is a radical inversion of what the world deems worthy and worth celebrating.
The Man the Founders Feared
Mr. Trump’s comments, startling in a leading presidential candidate, have raised widespread concern about the path we find ourselves on. But concern about political violence, mob rule and unchecked passion is hardly new in American history.
VIDEO: Washington Journal C-SPAN: Republican Party and Campaign 2016
On March 14, 2016, EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared on Washington Journal C-SPAN to discuss his Time Magazine piece, “The Party of Reagan is No More.” Additionally, Mr. Wehner discussed the chances of a brokered Republican convention in July, and who among the candidates he will support for the nomination.
The Party of Reagan Is No More
Once known for common sense, the GOP gives way to Donald Trump.
A Conversation: How Can Evangelicals Support Trump?
How could a vulgar, thrice-married billionaire whose bullying and nastiness have driven the presidential contest into the rhetorical gutter get the support of people of faith?
What Wouldn’t Jesus Do?
Among the most inexplicable developments in this bizarre political year is that Donald Trump is the candidate of choice of many evangelical Christians.