(By John Andrews, Centennial Fellow) If we define tragedy as a crucible of human pain where vast forces collide and blame is unclear, the centuries-long ordeal of black and white in America is exactly that. The rioting in Charlotte is one more episode in the racial back-and-forth that has tormented our continent since the first African slaves were brought here almost 400 years ago.
(By John Andrews, Centennial Fellow) After the Ahmad Rahami bombings in New York and New Jersey over the weekend, chalk up another jihadist strike on the homeland enabled by CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
(By Branden Yeates, CCU Student) Since most of the news I read is written by Americans about Americans, hearing what people from other parts of the world think about current events is a real treat.
(By Sosamma Samuel-Burnett, Centennial Fellow) When my father was a young boy in India, he dreamed of someday going to America—a remarkable place of opportunities. In the 1940’s in a newly independent India, that idea
(By John Andrews, Centennial Fellow) Here’s my take on the rash of ostensibly conscience-stricken pro athletes protesting racism by disrespecting the national anthem, and the backlash of indignation from patriotic Americans reacting to overheated media coverage of the stunt.
(By Jose J. Valdes, CCU affiliate faculty) Focusing solely on the aggregate amount of postsecondary student debt obscures other influential factors. Factors such as affordability, debt repayment, financial aid sources, student borrowing, and student characteristics. Significant,
(By Evan Verbal, ’76 Scholar) On November 8, 2016 citizens of Colorado will have the chance to approve or oppose Amendment 69, an amendment to the state Constitution that would ratify universal health care for Colorado.
(By Brad Hughes, Centennial Institute Fellow) Biblical justice is simply the reflection of God’s righteousness. God’s righteousness means that He always acts congruent with what is right and He is the ultimate measurement of what
(By John Andrews, Centennial Fellow) My friend Phil is a pastor in Denver. His wife Meg is a Christian counselor. Though Phil doesn’t do politics from the pulpit, he told me last week he’s strong for the GOP ticket.
(By Bill Moloney, '76 Contributor) (Nantucket) In perusing the shelves of this island's renowned Atheneum I followed my usual habit of seeking high quality books about people or events of great consequence concerning which I am woefully