Our distinguished panelists examine the Resistance, its cultural and ideological underpinnings, and the need for a statesmanship capable of preventing this "cold civil war" from turning hot.
Conservatism in the Trump Era: American Statecraft
The Claremont Institute hosted "Conservatism in the Trump Era," a two-part panel discussing the future of conservatism. Panel 1: Conservativism in the Trump Era: American Statecraft.
Angelo Codevilla is a senior fellow of the Claremont Institute and professor emeritus of International Relations at Boston University.
David Goldman is president of Macrostrategy LLC, a financial consulting firm. He writes the “Spengler” column for Asia Times Online and the “Spengler” blog at PJ Media, and is the author of How Civilizations Die (and Why Islam is Dying Too) (Regnery).
Mark Helprin is a senior fellow of the Claremont Institute who writes the regular “Parthian Shot” column for the Claremont Review of Books.
Walter Russell Mead is the James Clarke Chace Professor of Foreign Affairs and Humanities at Bard College and editor-at-large of the American Interest magazine.
Rebeccah Heinrichs (moderator), is a senior fellow at Hudson Institute where she specializes in nuclear deterrence and missile defense.
Dr. John Eastman, Founding Director of the Claremont Institute's Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence, discusses the meaning of the 14th Amendment's citizenship clause.
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.
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.
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.