Keynote Speaker: Senator Ted Cruz
Recipient of the 2014 Statesmanship Award
Saturday, March 15, 2014
The Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Los Angeles, CA
VIP Reception 5:30 PM
General Reception 6:00 PM
Dinner Program 7:00 PM
Master of Ceremonies: Hugh Hewitt
Nationally Syndicated Radio Host
Not long ago, the Sixth Fleet was the clear arbiter in the Middle East. All that is changed, writes Mark Helprin in the Claremont Review of Books
If the Tea Party is revolutionary, it is so only in the traditional American sense: it wants to revolve back, to return to the Constitution and the principles of the Declaration of Independence as the basis of government, writes Charles R. Kesler in the Claremont Review of Books
After 50 years, can we finally tell the truth, asks James Piereson in the Claremont Review of Books
Thoughts on the future of citizenship and assimilation from William J. Bennett, Linda Chavez, Angelo M. Codevilla, Edward J. Erler, Stanley Kurtz, and John O'Sullivan.
For what reason could the undeniable challenges of parenting now justify legalizing abortion, asks Gerard V. Bradley in the Claremont Review of Books
Republicans were quick to criticize Romney for snatching defeat from the jaws of victory, writes Michael Nelson in the Claremont Review of Books
Those who died at Gettysburg did so because they saw in democracy something more than self-interest, writes Allen C. Guelzo in the Claremont Review of Books
The Claremont Institute's Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence is serving as co-counsel with the ActRight Legal Foundation representing the National Organization for Marriage in its lawsuit against the IRS for the illegal disclosure of the organization’s federal tax returns.
We are now accepting applications for our 2014 Publius Fellowship Program, to be held in Newport Beach from June 21-July 6, 2014. Applications are due by February 28, 2014.
The Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence filed an amicus brief with the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in the case Sissel v. HHS
, a new constitutional challenge to the Patient Protection and Affordability Act.
Religion continually has played a major role in American war and diplomacy, since even before the founding of the Republic, writes Mackubin Thomas Owens in the Claremont Review of Books