Peter Wehner

The Genius of Stephen Curry

Steph Curry isn’t the best NBA player in history, and he may not even be the best point guard. Yet what sets Curry apart from almost every other player, past or present—including Michael Jordan and LeBron James—is how he has revolutionized the game.

David Brooks’s Journey Toward Faith

David Brooks’s latest book addresses the commitments that define a life of meaning and purpose, including family and spouse, vocation, and community. But I read it as, first and foremost, a memoir of a journey toward religious faith.

VIDEO: Peter Wehner Discusses Barr’s Handling of Mueller Report on CNN

EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared on CNN Tonight with host Don Lemon to discuss the release of the Mueller report, and a subsequent letter from special counsel Robert Mueller to Attorney General William Barr objecting to the latter’s characterization of the findings in the report.

VIDEO: Peter Wehner at Event on School Reform and Character Education

EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner took part in an event sponsored by the Fordham Institute and the Hoover Institution on the future of school reform and the need to revive character education in American schools.

VIDEO: Peter Wehner Discusses Biden Campaign on MSNBC

EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared on MSNBC with host Stephanie Ruhle and Robby Mook, former campaign manager for Hillary Clinton, to discuss how former Vice President Joe Biden’s competitors are greeting him to the race for the Democratic nomination.

AUDIO: Peter Wehner Discusses Faith and Voting on NPR

EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner offered comments in a story by NPR’s Tom Gjelten on the relationship between religion and politics, most recently highlighted by Pete Buttigieg’s candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Why Jesus on the Cross Is No Mere Symbol

From the perspective of Christianity, one can question why God allows suffering, but one cannot say God doesn’t understand it. He is not remote, indifferent, untouched or unscarred.

Pete Buttigieg’s Very Public Faith Is Challenging Assumptions

Pete Buttigieg’s tone separates him from many evangelical leaders—but in one crucial way, he might be replicating a mistake of the religious right.

The Democratic Party is Radicalizing

Liberals wondering why conservatives who worry about President Trump don’t join the Democrats should consider what is happening on their own side of the aisle.

VIDEO: Peter Wehner on President Trump’s Renewed Attacks on Late Sen. John McCain

On March 18, 2019, EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner appeared on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to discuss President Trump’s renewed attacks on the late Sen. John McCain. Click here or below to watch the video: