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Millennials vs. The Left

(By John Andrews, Centennial Institute Fellow) The media, the schools, and the culture are massively misleading Millennials about how America’s free government is supposed to work. And as Reagan warned, such political fairy tales put


Is hysteria over Trump paying off?

(By Jay Ambrose, Centennial Institute Fellow) From the day he was elected president, Donald Trump has been treated to hysteria that has known few limits – cries and accusations as irrational, hyperbolic, fearful and hatefully


Trump the World in 80 Days

(By John Andrews, Centennial Institute Fellow) President Donald Trump, the Bronx Bazooka, won’t complete his first 100 days till the end of April. But he has already hit his first 80, and the operative word


How to Discover America

(By Jay Ambrose, Centennial Fellow) The way to discover America is to discover Americans, as Walt Whitman intimated in his poem, “I Hear America Singing.” Listen to the mason, mechanics and shoemakers, he said, and


Swamp Gas? Ignore it, keep draining

(By John Andrews, Centennial Institute Fellow) I am just back from a few days in the fever swamps of anti-American leftism. Whew, what a trip. Okay, it was nothing to what my nephew Dave will


Who’s the Real Enemy of an Informed Public?

(By Jay Ambrose, Centennial Fellow) President Donald Trump recently said news media employing “fake news” were the “enemy of the people,” and some critics in the news media replied that his saying so showed he


Gender: Ground Zero in the Culture War

(By John Andrews, Centennial Fellow) You have to have a heart of stone, not to feel a flutter of vicarious happiness at the sight of young love in bloom. But you also have to have


To save America, first save the family

(By Jay Ambrose, Centennial Fellow) It’s okay to have children without getting married. That’s a widespread cultural attitude in America today that also invites cringing at the word “illegitimate” because, well, it hurts people’s feelings.


Susan Washington: A Love Story

(By John Andrews, Centennial Institute Fellow) “Senator, that new girl from the majority staff wants a moment with you. The tall black girl, Susan.” George Leland looked up from the speech notes he was jotting