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Glenn Ellmers

Glenn Ellmers is a speechwriter at the U.S. Department of Energy.

He is former director of  research at the Claremont Institute. He holds a B.A. in International Relations from Boston University, and a Masters in Political Philosophy from the Claremont Graduate School. Before joining the Institute he worked for the Republican Caucus of the California Assembly. He has published articles in the Washington Times, Orange County Register, San Diego Union-Tribune, and National Review.

Articles found on this site:
Soul, Man
By: Glenn Ellmers
Posted: February 20, 2019
This article appeared in: Volume XIX, Number 1, Winter 2019

The soul is the most paradoxical thing in the world.

The Jordan Peterson Phenomenon
By: Glenn Ellmers
Posted: August 1, 2018
This article appeared in: Vol. XVIII, Number 3, Summer 2018

Why everyone is talking about him.

The Clone Wars
By: Glenn Ellmers
Posted: October 8, 2004
This article appeared in: Vol. III, Number 2 Spring 2003

Caution always has more to say than heedless "progress."

Schwarzenegger's Moment
By: Glenn Ellmers
Posted: November 17, 2003
This article appeared in: Vol. IV, Number 1 - Winter 2003/04

From recall to reform.

Star-Spangled Snobbery
By: Glenn Ellmers
Posted: December 5, 2002
This article appeared in: Vol. III , Number 1 Winter 2002/03

An examination of American snobbery.

It's Over, Already
By: Glenn Ellmers
Posted: May 20, 2002
This article appeared in: Vol. II, Number 3 - Spring 2002

Six liberal academics contribute to yet another rearguard action in the Bush vs. Gore contest of 2000.

Can We Talk?
By: Glenn Ellmers
Posted: November 24, 2000
This article appeared in: Vol. I, Number 1 - Fall 2000

We are entering, as Clinton announced at Princeton, "the new Progressive Era."

It's Not Just About Money
By: Glenn Ellmers
Posted: July 23, 1999
Glenn Ellmers discusses the passage of the 16th Amendment and how it represented a drastic break from the original purpose and limits of the Constitution, and radically changed the relationship between citizens and their government — for the worse....