Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry is a former fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center.
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Conservatives must both propose and implement actual policies that make an actual, tangible difference in the lives of ordinary Americans.
/ February 13, 2021
In the 1990s a trade regime that hitherto consistently understood itself as a political tool, the function of which was to achieve political aims, began running on autopilot and understanding itself as a purely economic tool.
/ January 29, 2020
The evidence is in: porn is as addictive as smoking, or more, except that what smoking does to your lungs, porn does to your brain. And compelling evidence suggests that it is also having a far-reaching impact on our social fabric as a whole.
/ December 15, 2019
Sometimes, the shortest of lives inspire millions. And so it is with the oak tree that French President Emmanuel Macron ceremonially planted with President Trump on the South Lawn of the White House.
/ June 13, 2019
‘Free’ government services in France are unsustainable and anything but progressive.
National Review - June 3, 2019 issue
/ May 30, 2019
The yellow vest protests have revealed the profound divide between the privileged class embodied by Emmanuel Macron and the rest of France.
The Wall Street Journal
/ February 23, 2019
There’s certainly an argument for wondering if coverage of this or that during the crazy 2016 campaign wasn’t a bit too intense. There is, however, no possible rational argument that Hillary Clinton’s email scandal was not a real, legitimate scandal, deserving of widespread coverage and opprobrium.
/ February 19, 2019
Against the Lockean view, Montessori education supports the authentic Christian view that every child has a unique, God-given identity and gifts and must, by grace, develop them. As opposed to the Cartesian view, this approach rejects mind-body dualism. So why didn’t the church embrace it when it came along?
/ July 26, 2018
President Trump should take up French President Emmanuel Macron’s suggestion to treat the existing Iran nuclear deal as one leg in a broader accord that would cover nuclear activities beyond the deal’s 10-year deadline, ballistic missile technology, and, especially, Iran’s sponsorship of terrorism in the region.
/ April 30, 2018
The picture of Emmanuel Macron as a ga-ga globalist, and of Donald Trump as a protectionist ideologue, is too simplistic. Indeed, for all their very real differences, they also share priorities, which offers a way for them to work together.
/ April 26, 2018
Both Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron see themselves as outsiders in their own political systems, determined to change the status quo against opposition from both sides of the aisle and a hostile media.
/ April 25, 2018
The French president has built a credible platform to lead on Syria. President Trump should let him.
/ April 24, 2018