Joe Biden Archives - Ethics & Public Policy Center


Democrats and the media continually urge Americans to get ourselves onto “the right side of history” — which, paradoxically, also means leaving history itself behind us in our inevitable progress towards the progressively promised land. The right side of history turns out to be the one that’s turned away from it.

The Latest Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Is Likely Dead on Arrival. Biden Should Reconsider.

Presiding over a genuine compromise in which both sides give on something they don’t want would reinforce President Biden’s image as a moderate.

What Unites Us Divides Us

Any attempt to promote understanding or renew devotion to the Eucharist will be hampered so long as bishops imagine that ecclesial communion is damaged less by grave sin than it is by bishops who proclaim truths the world doesn’t want to hear.

The Oldest Cathedral and the Newest Challenge

President Biden, Speaker Pelosi, and Catholic public officials of both parties are defining Catholicism according to the woke spirit of the age. John Carroll’s episcopal heirs should call them out on that.

How Dems Will Push Protest Civics and CRT on Schools

The national rebellion against Critical Race Theory, leftist indoctrination, and enforced political activism in our schools grows larger every day. Sadly, the current assault on K-12 is but a foretaste of what is to come. President Biden and congressional Democrats are pulling out the stops to force Critical Race Theory (CRT) and “action civics” (better called “protest civics,” because it trains students to be leftist protesters) onto every school in the country.

The Left-Wing Divide on Israel-Palestine is Going to Be a Problem for Joe Biden

The ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas shows how difficult, if not impossible, it will be to settle the dispute. It also puts a spotlight on how difficult it will be for President Biden to navigate the issue within his own party.

Our Real Pandemic

Recovering a humility about our own silent apostasies, the need for our own deeper conversion, and clarity about the challenges for Catholic life in our country that lie ahead – these things begin the renewal of our Church and our nation.

Biden Spends First 100 Days Expanding Abortion on Demand

During the first 100 days of his administration, President Joe Biden has demonstrated his willingness to champion the progressive movement’s radical preferences on abortion policy.

What Would Cardinal Meyer Say?

Unfortunately forgotten in most U.S. Catholic circles today, Cardinal Albert Gregory Meyer, archbishop of Milwaukee from 1953 to 1958 and archbishop of Chicago from 1958 to 1965, was one of the country’s leading churchmen in the mid-20th century.

As Biden Reaches His 100-Day Mark, His Approval Ratings Suggest He’s No FDR

Many Democrats dream that President Biden can transform America as thoroughly as Franklin D. Roosevelt did. But Biden’s political standing as he approaches his administration’s 100-day mark has more in common with Bill Clinton and Barack Obama than with the legendary FDR.