No Longer Running: An Interview with Felicia Heath The Center - “And, later in life, when I was dealing with my father coming out of prison and perhaps rekindling that relationship, I started to look at my experience slightly differently. I started sharing bits and pieces of my story with people and, to my surprise, found that some of the reactions were positive and even inspiring.” Celine Sleiman 9/13/2022
Interview: Brad Lips, CEO of Atlas Network The Right - “Any coherent system of morality begins with an appreciation of human dignity and wanting people to have as many choices to take control of their lives as possible.” Henri Mattila 8/11/2022
Holmesburg: Calling for an Apology from the City of Philadelphia The Left - “My father’s skin is in those pharmaceutical companies.” Erich J. Prince 8/3/2022
Yoram Hazony: National Conservatism in a Midterm Year The Right - “Conservatives are certainly not socialists. Conservatives do not believe, as the Marxists do, that you can open up some central office with really bright people and dictate the course of the entire economy of the nation. We don’t believe anything like that. On the other hand…” Henry George 7/29/2022
NBC New York’s Jen Maxfield: Telling the Rest of the Story The Center - “Sometimes, I would even dream about some of the people I had interviewed on the stories. And, so through the years, I had the idea to write a book and put it all together and try to return to some of the stories.” Celine Sleiman 7/22/2022
Stephen Hicks: Challenges in Contemporary Education The Center - “The ten out of a thousand entrepreneurial ideas that are amazing—we’ll find out what those are. And they will be the ones that dominate [in] the next generation.” Erich J. Prince 7/19/2022
Will Marshall: Where Are the Moderates? The Center - “I don’t see a full, vigorous pivot by this President (and this White House) back toward the themes and approaches that Joe Biden articulated in his 2020 presidential race.” Erich J. Prince 7/6/2022
Young Americans for Liberty: An Interview with CEO Lauren Daugherty The Right - “Ron Paul is so beloved because he is so principled. That is what we are focused on here. We will work with other people who share our interests, but we’re not going to sacrifice our principles to do it.” Henri Mattila 6/24/2022
Harris Poll’s Will Johnson: Why Polling Still Matters The Center - “At the end of the day, it’s a pretty simple business that we’re in: We want to understand culture, we want to understand consumers’ thinking, and we’re just trying to answer why’s.” Erich J. Prince 5/3/2022
Stephen Hicks: Lessons from the Canadian Trucker Protest The Center - “Every generation, we need to learn and relearn how thin the line can be between having a basically liberal society and a basically authoritarian society.” Erich J. Prince 2/28/2022
Dwight Evans: The VICTIM Act and Combating Crime The Left - “No one is exempt from being a victim of some sort of crime. And it’s very appropriate that I use that title [of victim] in terms of the VICTIM Act.” Erich J. Prince 2/23/2022
Pat McCrory: How to Get a Handle on the Crime Surge The Right - “My wife and I used to go vacation in San Francisco. We don’t anymore…This is what’s headed toward the rest of the nation.” Erich J. Prince 1/24/2022
James Lindsay: “Counter Wokecraft” and Responses to Institutional Takeover The Center - “You have to have a steel spine in your liberalism. ‘What kind of government did you create, sir?’ ‘We created a republic, if [you] can keep it.’ The ‘if you can keep it’ part requires a steel spine.” Erich J. Prince 1/19/2022
Finland, Russia, and the NATO Question: An Interview with Risto Penttilä The Center - ” I think that we are, as always, pragmatic idealists.” Henri Mattila 1/16/2022
Peter Boghossian: On the Purpose of Education The Center - “It’s not that there’s anything wrong with debate. In fact, debate, in certain circumstances, can be good, but we can often solve the problems…through conversation.” Vahaken Mouradian 1/13/2022
Magatte Wade: The Power of Free Markets for Africa The Center - “Eventually, I had an emotional crisis because I could no longer reconcile the life of abundance that the U.S. afforded me. I made a pact with myself that from here on, I’m really going to try to see what needs to happen for [Africa] to thrive.” Andrew Scott 1/9/2022