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What Does It Mean To Be An American?

Immigration. Nationalism. Multiculturalism. Civic Identity. The Nation-State. If we can’t resolve these increasingly contentious issues we will not continue to exist as one nation.

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John Eastman on “The Ingraham Angle,” 11.12.18

John Eastman joins Laura Ingraham to discuss the problems of Voter Fraud in Florida.

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Does the Constitution Require Birthright Citizenship?

Ed Erler and Akhil Reed Amar Debate Whether the Constitution Requires Birthright Citizenship on the Constitution Center's Podcast: We the People with Jeffrey Rosen.

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On Illegal Immigration and U.S. Citizenship

John Eastman joins Larry Elder on the Larry Elder Show to Discuss the Caravan and Trump's plan for an Executive Order.

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After Trump: The Political and Moral Legitimacy of American Government

Claremont Institute Senior Fellow John Marini is one of the few experts on American Government who understood the rise of Trump from the beginning of the 2016 election cycle. Now he looks to the fundamental question that Trump's presidency raises: is the legitimacy of our political system based on the authority of the American people and the American nation-state, or the authority of experts and their technical knowledge in the service of "progress"?

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Our Revolution’s Logic

In 2010, Claremont Institute Senior Fellow Angelo Codevilla reintroduced the notion of "the ruling class" back into American popular discourse. In 2017, he described contemporary American politics as a "cold civil war." Now he applies the "logic of revolution" to our current political scene.

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Is Liberalism Failing?

Charles Kesler, Jonah Goldberg, and Patrick Deneen on Liberalism

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The Case Against Birthright Citizenship

Michael Anton, Ed Erler and John Fonte on Birthright Citizenship