A Final Chance for SCOTUS to Deliver Justice for Barronelle Stutzman

Ryan T. Anderson

The Supreme Court of the United States has a final chance to deliver justice for Barronelle Stutzman.


National Review Online / July 31, 2021

How Biden’s COVID-Testing Mandate Violates Civil Rights

Roger Severino

Yesterday President Biden announced that all federal workers who do not get vaccinated for COVID-19 will face a series of burdens and intrusions designed to raise the costs of not submitting to the shot(s). This is a threat to civil liberties that violates the Americans with Disabilities Act.


National Review Online / July 31, 2021

Abolishing America: Biden and Bettina Love

Stanley Kurtz

If you care about the battle over critical race theory (CRT) in the schools, you need to know about Bettina Love.


National Review Online / July 31, 2021

‘Pride and Prejudice,’ Msgr. Burrill and Spiritual Fruitfulness: Let the Light Shine in the Darkness

Carrie Gress

It is no accident that fruitfulness is now missing on the spiritual level. With some exceptions, it has been all but abandoned by the culture and even the faithful.


National Catholic Register / July 30, 2021

On Censorship, Big Tech Has It Both Ways

Clare Morell

Tech companies enjoy the privileges of common carriers without the responsibilities. State antidiscrimination laws are one promising remedy.


The Wall Street Journal / July 30, 2021

EPPC Scholar Comment Opposing Proposed HHS Insurance Regulations

Rachel N. Morrison

EPPC Policy Analyst Rachel N. Morrison submitted a public comment to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services objecting to a proposed rule related to separate payments for abortion services and other insurance regulations.


Publications / July 29, 2021

What’s Done in Darkness Will Come to Light

Stephen P. White

Restoring episcopal credibility is going to require a level of accountability and transparency which may be painful, even humiliating, at times.


The Catholic Thing / July 29, 2021

The Left Essentially Exists To Make Your Entire Life Worse

Nathanael Blake

Leftist ideologues are the nation’s scolds, afraid that someone, somewhere, is having fun in a way that offends the ever-shifting demands of diversity and inclusion.


The Federalist / July 28, 2021

The Bishops, Donatism, and President Biden

George Weigel

By actively facilitating a grave moral evil, President Biden and others have put themselves in a defective state of communion with the Church, such that their own integrity requires that they not present themselves for holy communion.


Syndicated Column / July 28, 2021

Biden Is Wrong to Keep U.S. Borders Closed to European and Canadian Tourists

Henry Olsen

Data continue to show that fully vaccinated people are much less likely to contract or spread the virus, and those who do suffer far less serious illness than people without the vaccine. Allowing fully vaccinated foreigners from the European Union, Britain, and Canada thus poses little risk to Americans’ health.


The Washington Post / July 27, 2021

The GOP Has Five Factions Now. They All See a Different Future for their Party.

Henry Olsen

The transformation of the Republican Party is likely to be President Donald Trump’s most enduring legacy. How to reorient the party’s domestic policy dogma to reflect the desires of its new voters, however, remains a work in progress.


The Washington Post / July 26, 2021

Common Sense Conservatism: An Interview with Tennessee Governor Bill Lee

Andrew T. Walker

EPPC Fellow Andrew T. Walker talks with Tennessee Governor Bill Lee about his governing philosophy and the future of conservatism.


Public Discourse / July 24, 2021