Few justices in history have had as much impact as William Rehnquist.
Are some forms of evangelical Protestantism bad for marriage and “good” at fostering domestic violence?
“Dream Hoarders,” which is at its core an inquiry into the distance between the reality of American life and our defining national ideals, is a significant contribution to a serious conversation about what America is at our core.
With respectful dialogue across ideological lines all too often lacking on their own campuses, the program provides a unique opportunity for productive political discourse.
Without curing the underlying malaise, including by making sure that democratic capitalism is no longer seen as a rigged or zero-sum game, the efforts to root out non-transparent funding are bound to remain a fool’s errand. And in the worst case, such efforts might even jeopardise one of the West’s key strengths: its pluralism and openness.
Ultimately, Sturzo’s non-confessional political project represented, and still represents, a concrete defense against the “fatal conceit.”
Resident Scholar Christina Hoff Sommers discusses the #metoo movement and its risk of turning into a panic against all men.
Please, please, please: Let’s not squander this moment. Women and men of good will have a profound opportunity to speak honestly and work together to begin to write the next chapter in the quest for equality and dignity. If only we can pull ourselves out of the Great Sex Panic of 2017.