Gun Control vs. Gun Rights – Mark Levine and Katie Pavlich Debate

By |June 28th, 2015|

On the last day of the 2015 Western Conservative Summit, Fox News and TownHall.com journalist Katie Pavlich debated liberal talk radio show host Mark Levine on gun rights vs. gun control. Pavlich debated the affirmative, […]

Dr. Ben Carson Boasts Business-Based Leadership

By |June 28th, 2015|

Dr. Ben Carson brought a calm presence to the main stage Saturday night during WCS. He opened by reassuring the audience that his campaign has over 200,000 new donations, stating that he does not have […]

#WCS15 Panel Confronts “Decline of Mainstream Media”

By |June 27th, 2015|

As WCS kicked off Saturday morning, a panel of five experts came together to discuss the “Decline of the Mainstream Media.” Unethical, liberal mainstream media is not a new problem and it plagues the entire […]

Rick Santorum Stands Against Recent Supreme Court Rulings at #WCS15

By |June 26th, 2015|

As the conversation began about the SCOTUS decision on gay marriage Rick Santorum was no quiet voice. He joined many other conservatives, Republicans, Catholics, and citizens in an up-rise against the decision. On twitter he […]

Hugh Hewitt Opens #WCS15 with Overview of Presidential Candidates

By |June 26th, 2015|

The first headliner for 2015 Western Conservative Summit, Hugh Hewitt starts an exciting Friday night at the Summit Vision reception and dinner. Hewitt’s speech is titled “The Conservative Challenge for 2016” and he overviewed his […]

When ambush journalism is in the public interest

By |June 2nd, 2015|

(By Jason Salzman, ’76 Contributor) When Fox 31 Denver’s Eli Stokols left town in April to cover the presidential campaign for Politico, he told the Columbia Journalism Review that Denver reporters should “be a little tougher on some of the people that we cover.  I don’t know if I saw that enough


Advancing justice for unborn victims

By |April 22nd, 2015|

Acknowledging the humanity of an unborn child is always the right thing to do, and it shouldn’t always have to be discussed in the context of abortion. That’s why the recently introduced “Offenses Against […]

Raleigh presses immigration simplification in WSJ

By |December 12th, 2014|

Helen Raleigh, Centennial Institute fellow in immigration policy, pressed the argument for simplifying US entry visas in a letter published by the Wall Street Journal on Dec. 11. The Chinese-born businesswoman, who attained American citizenship in 2013 after a 17-year slog through the system, recently […]

The monkey-wrench in Obamacare

By |December 2nd, 2014|

In 1975 Edward Abbey wrote his most famous literary work, The Monkey
Wrench Gang. It postulated a vision of environmental activism that
eventually manifested world-wide. Within two decades the environmental
community had gone on the offense to defend owls and prevent bulldozers
from building logging roads. They burned ski run chalets and climbed trees
to prevent redwoods from being cut. I believe that the recent election of
opposition threatens to monkey-wrench Obamacare, aka, the Affordable Care
Act. […]

The three scariest things that could happen if Democrats keep the Senate

By |October 12th, 2014|

With Halloween creeping up on us, it’s time to turn our attention to spooky stuff. Though it looks like Republicans are in good shape to take the Senate, in the horrific possibility that Democrats prevail, here are the three scariest scenarios: […]