Ryan T. Anderson Archives - Ethics & Public Policy Center
Clarence Thomas is Right About Big Tech
How should conservatives think about the intersection of property rights, government regulation, and Big Tech? Part of answering this question requires us to gain a better understanding of the American legal tradition’s sources, recovering them from recent distortions. Justice Clarence Thomas recently sought to educate us on just this.
America, Liberalism, and Catholicism
Catholics should not think of discussions about the Church’s relationship to American liberalism as a battle royal between competing camps—but as a conversation among friends seeking the truth in community.
What’s Next for Republicans?
Today, a new fusionism is forming that evaluates social, economic, and foreign policies by asking how effectively they defend core American values like life, marriage, work, and religion.
When Amazon Pulled My Book on Transgender Issues, It Tried to Shut Down Debate
People with gender dysphoria aren’t faking it and their situation is tragic. But there is genuine disagreement about the best treatment.
Amazon Won’t Let You Read My Book
“When Harry Became Sally” addresses the scientific, medical, political and philosophical issues at the heart of our national debate on transgender issues. We should have that debate, and Amazon shouldn’t get in the way.
INTERVIEW: Ryan T. Anderson Was Made for This Moment
EPPC President Ryan T. Anderson talks with Rod Dreher of The American Conservative about Amazon’s book ban, the Equality Act, and the key issues facing social conservatives in the years ahead.
When Amazon Erased My Book
Three years after publication, in the same week that the House of Representatives plans to ram through the Equality Act—a radical transgender bill amending the Civil Rights Act of 1964—Amazon has erased EPPC President Ryan T. Anderson’s book opposing gender ideology from its cyber shelves.
Biden’s Equality Act Is a Danger to Women’s and Conscience Rights
Rather than finding common-sense, narrowly tailored ways to shield LGBT-identifying Americans from truly unjust discrimination, the Equality Act would act as a sword — to persecute those who don’t embrace newfangled gender ideologies.
Religious Liberty Isn’t Enough
President Biden’s pledge to heal and unify seems to mean giving the far left everything it demands in the culture wars. Conservatives therefore must resist. Yet in doing so we must avoid the trap of framing every debate as if it were about religious liberty.