To My Fellow Catholics, Just Before Election Day The Center - “We must face the reality that the prevalence of abortion is a manifestation of our distressed sociality and corrupted sense of mutual responsibility.” Thomas Koenig 11/1/2020
Rep. Denver Riggleman: Reflecting on His Two Years in D.C. The Center - “And I’ll have to say this: This was the worst job I ever had, but it was one of the best things I’ve ever done.” Erich J. Prince 10/30/2020
A “November Surprise”? History Shows That’s Possible The Center - “The following examples remind us that no presidential race is over until the votes are counted.” Zachary Rose 10/29/2020
Stop Saying Biden Is “A Lot like Trump” on China The Center - “All the headlines about how we will see a continuation of President Trump’s China policies under a potential Biden administration ignore their radically divergent views about the United States’ role in the world.” Matt Johnson 10/27/2020
Appreciating the Legacy of James Randi The Center - “The Canadian-born James Randi, who passed away this past week at the age of 92, will surely be remembered as a modern-day Lucian.” Gabriel Andrade 10/25/2020
What Struck Me Watching the Final Presidential Debate The Center - “Our public discourse must turn away from retrospective litigation and verbal crossfire and, instead, shift towards real politics…” Thomas Koenig 10/23/2020
Paging Mr. Moynihan The Center - “We can only hope that Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s approach to politics will be rediscovered. Books like American Burke should function as essential guides in this most necessary search.” Thomas Koenig 10/21/2020
Ethnic Diversity and Social Trust: a Discussion with Merlin Schaeffer The Center - “Policies that try to tackle diversity problems make it always salient in people’s minds. And that can backfire, even if well-meant.” Mark Hecht 10/17/2020
That Day The Center - “Ten years ago I received a call from my father, Mario Vargas Llosa, telling me that he had won the Nobel Prize for Literature.” Álvaro Vargas Llosa 10/16/2020
America at the End of History The Center - “The universal end-state society, Kojève argued, was the society in which any individual could attain what he desired with ease and without opposition…” Paul Krause 10/15/2020