Publications


Congressional Testimony: Hearing on First Amendment Protections on Public College and University Campuses

What steps can we take to protect freedom of speech in our public university systems, and perhaps even at private secular colleges and universities as well?

Thinking about Pence and O’Reilly

Mike Pence’s controversial dinner policy can prevent lawsuits like those against Fox News.

Reflections on My Time in Rome as a Speaker at the Conference Commemorating Popularum Progressio

The Church must prioritize the health and strength of every marriage – for who else in the world right now knows how important each and every marriage is to the development of persons and of nations?

Ike Memorial No-Brainer

It’s time for the Republican congressional leadership to get something serious done.

A New Awakening

Since election day, Americans of all political persuasions have been asking themselves two questions about 2016: What happened? And now what?

A Bishop of Consequence

If Archbishop Charles Chaput does not embody the spiritual and pastoral qualities the pope says he values in bishops, no one does.

The Waivers Question

The latest round of the GOP’s health-care reform effort, which has had a slightly lower profile but has been no less intense and quick than the prior ones, has begun to point the way from ends to means.

Interview: Ed Whelan, An EPPC Eye On Judicial Confirmations

A wide-ranging interview with EPPC President Ed Whelan, in which he discusses the Supreme Court confirmation process, clerking for Justice Scalia, listening to Vin Scully, attending the inauguration of Richard Nixon, and what it was like to work in all three branches of the federal government.

No Deal on Gorsuch Filibuster

The very fact that Senate Democrats have the votes to filibuster Neil Gorsuch shows that they will filibuster any plausible next nominee. So the “deal” that some are floating would simply confer on Democrats a preemptive veto over the next Supreme Court nomination.

Democratic Vendetta

California attorney general Xavier Becerra’s prosecution of David Daleiden is a political vendetta.