There’s a social media site whose glitzy videos populate your newsfeed. Its content overflows with typical leftist tropes. No, it’s not CNN or MSNBC. You should know what it is and the nefarious people backing it. Raheem Kassam, author of No Go Zones and 2018 Claremont Lincoln Fellow, joins PragerU to explain why, when you come across these videos, you should swipe left.
Matthew Spalding, Associate Vice President of Hillsdale College and Fellow at the Claremont Institute, appeared on a panel at the American Political Science Association's annual meeting to discuss the 116th Congress and its efficacy as a lawmaking body.
John Eastman joined the Ingraham Angle last night to discuss executive privilege; NYTimes collusion with FBI on the Jared Kushner meetings; and yesterday’s Nadler Committee hearing on the Mueller report.
Inez Stepman, senior policy analyst at the Independent Women's Forum, joins Liz Wheeler to explain why conservatives need to take back cultural institutions from the Left, starting with K-12 education.
Johnny Burtka, Executive Director at The American Conservative, joins Tucker Carlson to discuss his recent article on why conservatives should be skeptical of free trade and multinational corporations and what a conservative economic policy would look like according to the American Founders.
John Eastman, Senior Fellow of the Claremont Institute, debates Michael Gerhardt on whether or not the U.S. Constitution should be interpreted according to its original public meaning at the Heritage Foundation.
Charles Kesler, Mark Lilla, Heather Mac Donald, and Ryan Williams examine the political and moral threat of identity politics and the means necessary to reinstate and protect the motto on which our republic stands: e pluribus unum.
Judge Edith Jones accepts the Claremont Institute's 2017 Jurisprudence Award.
The Claremont Institute commemorated the 230th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution with panel discussions addressing some of the most pressing threats to our constitutional system.
The Claremont Institute commemorated the 230th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution with panel discussions addressing some of the most pressing threats to our constitutional system. Panel 1: "Masterpiece Cakeshop and the Future of Religious Liberty."
The Claremont Institute commemorated the 230th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution with panel discussions addressing some of the most pressing threats to our constitutional system. Panel 2: The Administrative State and the New "Conservative" Majority on the Supreme Court.
The Claremont Institute commemorated the 230th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution with panel discussions addressing some of the most pressing threats to our constitutional system. Panel 3: Immigration, Citizenship, and the Trump Administration.
The Claremont Institute hosted Claremont Review of Books Editor Dr. Charles Kesler and Claremont Review of Books Senior Editor Dr. William Voegeli for a talk on “How to Think about the Trump Administration.”
The Claremont Institute and Federalist Society joined together for a two-part panel discussion to consider Justice Clarence Thomas's 25 years on the Supreme Court. Panel 2: The Jurisprudence of Clarence Thomas: 25 Years on the Court: The Declaration as the Central Ideal in American Constitutionalism.
The Claremont Institute and Federalist Society hosted The Jurisprudence of Clarence Thomas: 25 Years on the Court. This two-part panel discussion considered Justice Clarence Thomas's quarter century on the Supreme Court. Panel 1: The Jurisprudence of Clarence Thomas.
The polls were right, and the pundits were wrong. A Republican presidential field that was hailed as the most talented in a generation has been flummoxed, humbled, and finally beaten by Donald Trump. The Party of Lincoln is now firmly in the hands of a Manhattan billionaire, and conservatives seem hopelessly divided about how to proceed.
When the first Civil Service Reform Act passed in 1883, “good government” reformers envisioned nonpartisan civil servants fairly administering the federal bureaucracy. From the vantage point of 2016, it is clear this dream has turned into a nightmare.
This clip, from America’s Political Parties Part One: The Democrats, depicts what Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick calls “a landmark of political conflict in modern American history." The film was produced by Michael Pack, for Manifold Productions, Inc.
Charles Kesler interviews Larry P. Arnn on the health of the health of the American Academy; liberal education and citizenship; the best regime; and why America can't operate within Constitutional limits.
Charles Kesler interviews John Eastman on the disappearing Constitution; natural law and the conservatives on the court; church, state, and religion as a public good; and the Constitution under attack.
Charles Kesler interviews Steven Hayward on the Age of Reagan; supply side economics; the Age of Reagan vs. the Age of Obama; the Age of Reagan and the Second American Revolution; and Communism and the Middle East.
Charles Kesler interviews Heather Mac Donald on her education; crime, immigration, and the rule of law; the insanity of higher education; from God and man to a secular society; and the past and future of classical music.
Charles Kesler interviews Christopher DeMuth on civil rights, neoconservatives, and problems without solutions; the rise of the administrative state; fighting the administrative state; the coming crisis of the national debt and deficit problem; and new institutions and the think tank phenomenon.
Charles Kesler interviews Mark Blitz on contemporary liberalism vs. natural rights; virtue and responsibility; excellence and education; self-government vs. the administrative state; and lessons from Reagan.
Charles Kesler interviews Charles Krauthammer on his education; Freud, Churchill, and Einstein; successes and failures in Iraq; the fate of modern liberalism; and the Democrat's failure to recognize evil.
Charles Kesler interviews Edward Erler on Brown vs. Board and separate but equal; the problem with birthright citizenship; the right to bear arms; citizens and citizenship; Leo Strauss; and Harry V. Jaffa.
Charles Kesler interviews John Marini on the Western and political thought; Westerns and the American story; President Nixon vs. the administrative state; individual rights vs. the administrative state; and the Constitution vs. the administrative state.
Charles Kesler interviews James Ceaser on the Founders & Our Current Presidential Election Process; Demagoguery in our Times; Class War and the 2012 Campaign; and The State of American Political Discourse.
Charles Kesler interviews Walter Russell Mead on the history of American liberalism; the blue model for economic recovery; the four schools of American foreign policy; and American foreign policy in the Middle East.
Steven Hayward interviews Charles Kesler on how liberalism is in a state of crisis; Obama's predecessors; Obama's liberalism; which former president does Obama most resemble; and the importance of Progressivism now.
Charles Kesler interviews Diana Schaub on the American experiment and its character; what black American writers have had to say on the subject; and the careers of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr.
Claremont Institute Washington Fellow Bill Bennett offers his remarks at the 2011 Dinner in Honor of Sir Winston Churchill. The event is hosted by the Claremont Institute in Newport Beach, CA. The 2011 Statesmanship Award went to Congressman Paul Ryan.
Dr. Larry Arnn offers his remarks at the 2011 Dinner in Honor of Sir Winston Churchill. The event is hosted by the Claremont Institute in Newport Beach, CA. The 2011 Statesmanship Award went to Congressman Paul Ryan.
The Claremont Institute is proud to welcome Congressman Paul Ryan, keynote speaker and recipient of the 2011 Statesmanship Award in Honor of Winston Churchill. These are Rep. Paul Ryan's remarks from the November 12, 2011 dinner held by the Claremont Institute in Newport Beach, CA.