In this episode of Conceived in Liberty, retired four-star general and 2015 Bradley Prize winner, General Jack Keane provides his perspective on the implications of the war in Ukraine, the characteristics of good leaders, and whether America remains exceptional.
In this episode of Conceived in Liberty, Glenn Loury, the Merton P. Stoltz Professor of Economics at Brown University, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, distinguished visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution, and 2022 Bradley Prize winner offers his perspective on race and inequality, viewpoint diversity within higher education and more.
In this episode of Conceived in Liberty, Wilfred McClay, the Victor Davis Hanson Chair in Classical History and Western Civilization at Hillsdale College and author of Land of Hope: An Invitation to the Great American Story addresses the importance of restoring history, its ability to unify us, and the preservation of American ideals.
In this episode of Conceived in Liberty, Chen Guangcheng, a Chinese-born dissident who spent two years under brutal house arrest due to his activism against the Chinese Communist Party, warns against the dangers of the communist regime in China, addresses US policy with regards to China and shares why he believes America is an exceptional country.
The Wall Street Journal columnist Kimberley Strassel offers her perspective on the state of our union as we continue to navigate through the pandemic, the continued threat of cancel culture, and more in this episode of Conceived in Liberty.
In this episode of Conceived in Liberty, author and journalist Mollie Hemingway shares her thoughts on the composition of the Supreme Court and the state of media and journalism. She also gives a sneak peek into her new book, Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized our Elections.
In this episode of Conceived in Liberty, Roger Ream, president of The Fund for American Studies, discusses the misperceptions of socialism and capitalism, the prospects for free enterprise, and how to engage people in the ideals of limited government and freedom.
In this episode of Conceived in Liberty, respected scholar and author Amity Shlaes shares her perspective on the short- and long-term impacts of the current labor shortage, rising inflation, and America’s staggering debt on the nation’s economic outlook, as well as valuable lessons from history.
Kimberley Strassel, Wall Street Journal columnist and author. Kim Strassel is a 2014 Bradley Prize winner and serves as the Master of Ceremonies for the annual Bradley Prizes awards ceremony.
Dr. Allen C. Guelzo, Senior Research Scholar, The Council of the Humanities and Director, Initiative in Politics and Statesmanship, James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions, Princeton University, and a Visiting Fellow, Simon Center for American Studies at The Heritage Foundation. Dr. Guelzo is a 2018 Bradley Prize winner.
Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr., President of Purdue University, previously served as the 49th governor of Indiana, and as director of the Office of Management and Budget under President George W. Bush. Mitch Daniels is a 2013 Bradley Prize winner.
Andrew Roberts is a British historian and journalist. He is also the author of numerous award-winning books on world leaders and military history. His most recent book, Churchill: Walking with Destiny, won both the ICS Churchill Award for Literacy and the Council on Foreign Relations’ Arthur Ross Prize. He is a 2016 winner of the Bradley Prize.
Jason Riley is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, a columnist for the Wall Street Journal, and a commentator for Fox News. Riley writes opinion pieces on politics, economics, education, immigration, and race. He also speaks frequently on ABC, NBC, CNN, PBS, and NPR. Riley is the author of Let Them In: The Case for Open Borders (2008), Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make It Harder for Blacks to Succeed (2014), and False Black Power? (2017). He is a 2018 winner of the Bradley Prize.
Robert P. George is the McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence and Director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University and frequently a Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School. He is a 2005 winner of the Bradley Prize and a member of The Bradley Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Victor Davis Hanson is a prolific scholar, writer, and speaker who’s extensively analyzed social and political movements today and throughout history. Hanson is the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution and chairs the working group on military history and contemporary conflict. Hanson is a 2008 Bradley Prize winner and a member of The Bradley Foundation’s Board of Directors.