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jueves, 23 de febrero de 2017

REMEMBERING MICHAEL NOVAK By EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel

Levin, Stanley Kurtz, and other EPPC scholars.

REMEMBERING MICHAEL NOVAK

By EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel
National Review Online

With the death of Michael Novak at 83, both the Catholic Church and the United States have lost one of their most imaginative and accomplished sons. 
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FEDERAL FUNDING AND CAMPUS FREE SPEECH: A PROPOSAL

By EPPC Senior Fellow Stanley Kurtz
National Review Online

Intellectual freedom and free expression are essential prerequisites to the fulfillment of a university’s core functions of the discovery, improvement, transmission, and dissemination of knowledge. Read More

BITTER HARVEST AND THE BITTER PRESENT IN UKRAINE

By EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel
National Review Online

The 21st-century war on Ukraine is the result of one man’s deliberate policy, as was the terror famine of the 1930s. Then the perpetrator was Stalin; today, the perpetrator is Vladimir Putin. Read More
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PATRIOTISM NOT NATIONALISM

By EPPC Senior Fellow Mona Charen
Syndicated Column

As Trump demonstrates, nationalism is not patriotism in a hurry — it is resentment draped in the flag. Read More

TRUMP'S FRANCIFICATION OF AMERICA

By EPPC Fellow Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry
The Week

President Trump has undoubtedly infused American politics with the French conservative style, to the detriment of the American conservative style. Read More

A MODEST DEFENSE OF THE “LIBERAL WORLD ORDER”

By EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel
Syndicated Column

Might it not be the case that the “liberal world order” needs fixing rather than dismantling, as some “populists” propose today? Read More

FAKING IT AND MAKING IT

By EPPC Resident Scholar James Bowman
The New Criterion

The post-election period has been rich in ironies, mostly at the expense of the media who remain blind to them through their inveterate self-righteousness. Read More

KRAUS REVISITED

By EPPC Fellow Algis Valiunas
The Weekly Standard

Vienna in the late 19th and early 20th centuries was a hotbed of genius, and the arch-journalist, poet, and playwright Karl Kraus presided over this efflorescence of art and thought, knowing everything and everybody, making all the right friends and all the right enemies.  Read More

ANOTHER KIND OF RESISTANCE — FROM PARENTS

By EPPC Senior Fellow Mona Charen
Syndicated Column

In the Chicago suburbs, parents fight back against hard-left indoctrination in the guise of instruction.  Read More

PAUL, APOLLOS, AND CEPHAS, ALL OVER AGAIN

By EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel
Syndicated Column

Christ is not divisible and neither is his truth. And authentic pastoral accompaniment must always be along “the way” of the One who is also “the truth and the life.”  Read More
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