The political freedom that makes a liberal arts education possible requires an ongoing and active defense of liberty.
I very much disagree with the idea that this election marks a decisive event in our politics, or a point of no return.
The Constitution states that “We the people...do ordain and establish...this Constitution,” not that the Constitution creates the people.
Most conservatives do not believe that a radical diminution of American power and influence would be good for us or for the world.
There is a growing awareness among Americans that religious freedom in our country has come under sustained pressures.
America is still a young country. But what a 400 years it has been in the economic history of humankind!
Federal student financial assistance programs are costly, inefficient, byzantine, and fail to serve their desired objectives.
Monuments, because they are public art forms, must be legible. And this requires a great degree of convention.
Across the nation we have governors and mayors trying to solve their public employee problems with varying degrees of seriousness.
A growing threat to our freedom of speech is the attempt to stifle religious discussion in the name of preventing “insults to" religion, especially Islam.