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Gary L. Gregg
Gary L. Gregg is director of the McConnell Center at the University of Louisville and editor of “Securing Democracy—Why We have an Electoral College.”
What a Turtle Taught Me About Social Media
Commentary One thing we should never do first thing in the morning is check our social media accounts. ...
June 6, 2019
Change and Tradition
Commentary I recently had the honor of speaking at a U.S. military base, and the topic assigned to ...
May 16, 2019
Meditations in a Political Toolshed
Commentary In the summer of 1945, C.S. Lewis published a little essay in which he told the reader ...
April 5, 2019
Continuing Lessons from Washington’s ‘Farewell Address’
Commentary This Feb. 22 marks the 287th winter since George Washington was born to Augustine and Mary Ball Washington. ...
February 21, 2019
Should There Be a Cultural Statute of Limitations?
Commentary We are amid a series of scandals in the Virginia state government that center on yearbook photos ...
February 18, 2019
It’s Time to End Presidents Day
Commentary Ceremonies, traditions, and holidays are important to any group that wishes to be “one people” joined together ...
February 15, 2019
Abraham Lincoln and America’s Political Culture
Commentary Abraham Lincoln was born 210 years ago into a poor farming family in rural western Kentucky. His ...
February 11, 2019
Prudence and Our Political Disfunction
Commentary We just survived the longest government shutdown in U.S. history and are staring at the possibility of ...
February 4, 2019
Martin Luther King Jr. and Natural Law
Commentary As the nation takes off work and school for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Jan. ...
January 17, 2019
Ideas DO Have Consequences—Revisiting Richard Weaver’s Classic
Commentary The events of the mid-20th century shook the world and shattered the optimism that came with the ...
January 10, 2019
Remembering the Brutality of the Gulag: The Works of Alexander Solzhenitsyn
Commentary The Cold War came to an end more than a quarter-century ago. When the winds of change ...
December 18, 2018
George H.W. Bush: The Person Our Founders Intended to Be President
Commentary The passing of former President George H.W. Bush gives us a perfect chance to revisit the origins ...
December 4, 2018
Revisiting the Foundations of Conservatism: The Writings of Russell Kirk
Commentary At no time in American history have there been more voices overtly identifying as “conservative” in politics ...
November 28, 2018
No! The Electoral College Was Not Created to Protect Slavery
Commentary As America moved from considering itself a republic, or, as we sometimes say, a democratic republic, to ...
November 13, 2018
The Electoral College Works
Commentary The off-year elections have ended, and the long campaign for the presidency will now begin in earnest ...
November 9, 2018
LIVE UPDATES: Hong Kong’s Public Transport Staff Voice Support for Protesters
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Opposition Mounting Against Hong Kong Leader After Extradition Bill Suspended But Not Withdrawn
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Beijing Doubts Hong Kong Leader’s Capabilities After Extradition Bill Fallout
Activists Call for Hong Kong Leader Carrie Lam to Resign After She Suspends Extradition Bill
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Hong Kong Leader Suspends Extradition Bill, Opponents Want Full Withdrawal
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Trump’s Administration Finalizes Health Care Rule
Congress Holds Hearing to Mark 30th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre
Man Arrested After Trying to Jump White House Fence: Secret Service
Trump Hits Biden For Switching Longheld Views: ‘He Has Recalibrated on Everything’
‘I Can’t Even Explain How Sick I Was:’ 47 People Got Ill During One Trip to Dominican Republic