Grant Havers: The Conservative Tradition in Canada Henry George Interview - “Yes, as you mentioned, one of the most interesting findings of Lament for a Nation, which came out in 1965—it’s Grant’s most famous book—is that in Grant’s view, there’s really no such thing as American conservatism.” 2/23/2024
“Godmother of Consumer-Driven Healthcare”: An Interview with Regina Herzlinger Henri Mattila Interview - “For example, with a container of yogurt, I know its price, calories, calcium content, and vitamin content. But if I need a hip replacement, I have no data to judge the quality of the physician, hospital, or other sites where the surgery might be performed.” 2/6/2024
Mihai Nadin: Disrupter of Science Jonathan Church Interview - “[My book seeks to] disrupt science in the sense that it gets us away from the myth that doing more physics and chemistry will be the answer to understanding the living and, in particular, the human being.” 2/3/2024
Daniel A. Cox: Taking the Pulse of Gen Z Erich J. Prince Interview - “One of the really significant differences in terms of how young people are being raised today and their formative and teens years and previous generations is how slowly they’re reaching major milestones, such as getting married [and] owning a home, the sort of signs of adulthood…” 2/1/2024
Slavoj Žižek: “Freedom: A Disease Without Cure” Erich J. Prince Interview - “So you see why people are not satisfied: I don’t propose simple solutions. In my old age, I’m returning from Marx to Hegel.” 1/18/2024
Richard Kemp: Israel’s Existential Campaign to Destroy Hamas Jonathan Church The Center - “Hamas wants to maximize the death of its civilian population. The purpose is to get the international community, the United Nations, the United States, other governments around the world, to condemn Israel, to vilify Israel, to delegitimize Israel, and undermine the Jewish state in that way.” 12/19/2023
Phyllis Chesler: Modern Feminism’s Failure to Condemn Hamas Jonathan Church The Center - “The feminists have deserted Jewish women. And it wasn’t just Jewish women. There were Arab Muslim women, and there were Thai Buddhist women. No doubt many Christian women or some Christian women who were also raped, murdered, and kidnapped.” 12/13/2023
Wessie du Toit: When a Society Decenters Leisure Erich J. Prince The Center - “Meaningful work is as important to life as leisure, I think. I just think that we’ve lost the balance.” 11/25/2023
Patrick Deneen: “Regime Change: Toward a Postliberal Future” Henry George The Right - “The so-called conservative movement of the 1980s was anything but conservative.” 11/3/2023
Dr. Cheryl Green: What’s Ailing Young Women Emeline Torrens The Center - “The most common precursor of gender dysphoria, though, seems to be intense social media use. The gender dysphoria more often seems to stem from that rather than from the home.” 10/26/2023
Samuel G. Freedman: What a Young Hubert Humphrey Can Teach Us Erich J. Prince The Left - “Humphrey’s insurgency at the convention basically lashed Truman to the mast of [Humphrey’s] own civil rights agenda. And desegregating the armed forces was arguably the single most important civil rights cause of that moment in time.” 9/16/2023
Matt Johnson: “How Hitchens Can Save the Left” Erich J. Prince The Left - “There really hasn’t been anybody like him since he passed…This is why there are these long compilations of ‘Hitchslaps’ on YouTube. It’s why most of the tributes to him focus on his rhetorical prowess—and just his brilliance on the debate stage.” 9/14/2023
Paul Gottfried: Understanding the Rich History of Paleoconservatism Henry George The Right - “Why is it more important to believe in my right to own a gun if I say it is a ‘human right’ or something like that then if I say it is a right which was given to free Englishmen in the Middle Ages and which is valued as a legacy of freedom for the […] 8/31/2023
Clay Routledge: Breaking Ground in Psychology, Outside of the Academy Erich J. Prince The Center - “Regulating your own emotions is something most people are capable of doing…It doesn’t require you constantly expressing [a problem], thinking about it, [and] sharing it with everyone…There’s something about not fixating too much on your own problems and really dwelling on them but, instead, doing something.” 7/7/2023
Shawne Merriman: From the NFL to “Xtreme Fighting” Erich J. Prince The Center - “One thing I’ve learned [from] being in combat sports is that it’s internationally watched everywhere, in every country.” 6/17/2023
Lawrence M. Krauss: The Fundamental Questions of Science Daniel Sharp The Center - “The great thing is the universe is as amazing as it is without all of the fairytales. The universe is far more amazing than anything that has come up in any scriptural book because the imagination of nature is much greater than the imagination of human beings.” 6/7/2023