“Open-mindedness, critical thinking, and debate are essential to discovering the truth. Moreover, they are our best antidotes to bigotry.”
Conservative Princeton Law Professor Robert P. George and liberal Harvard University Professor Cornel West defend campus free speech in a joint statement.
American Principles Project launched a petition urging President Barack Obama and senior officials to skip former Cuba President Fidel Castro’s funeral.
It has been a busy year! I thought it would be fun to take a look back at our stories published in 2015 and share our top 15 stories based on page views.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) talks to Princeton law professor Robert P. George in the first installment of “Candidate Conversations” on EWTN.
Pro-Life activists are not responsible for the shooting at the Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, CO, but we condemn the violence nonetheless.
Sixty-four prominent legal scholars has signed onto a statement that calls on public officials and American citizens to resist the SCOTUS ruling on marriage.
Princeton law professor Robert George encourages Republicans to keep fighting for traditional marriage even if the Supreme Court imposes its own definition.
Human rights activists say immediate action is needed to protect religious minorities against Islamic militants’ genocide in Iraq.
Robert P. George is Chair of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF). He is also a McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University. He gave a compelling speech at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast last week in Washington, DC. While he addressed Catholics his message serves as a warning and exhortation for evangelicals […]
Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers talk with Dr. E. Calvin Beisner of the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation about the greening of the Gospel.
Robert P. George was sworn in this afternoon by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts as the new chairman of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.
Catholics are a major voting block, and one that can’t be pigeonholed by Republicans or Democrats. A recent NPR segment compared Vice President Joe Biden with the presumptive Vice Presidential nominee, Congressman Paul Ryan. Both are Catholics, but their worldview is not the same. Stephen Schneck, a political scientist at Catholic University, said that Biden […]
By Michael Farris On January 4, 2011, we were hopeful and excited. We had lead sponsors for the new Parental Rights Amendment (PRA) and anticipated having as many as 160 sponsors in the House soon after its introduction that month. On January 5, we learned (much to our surprise) that Rep. Fleming of Louisiana had […]
Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) is playing host (and King Maker?) along with Congressman Steve King (R-IA) in a presidential forum that will be held on Labor Day, Monday, September 5th in Columbia, SC. The Palmetto Freedom Forum is being sponsored by American Principles Project. Republican Presidential candidates who meet the threshold of 5% in the […]
Miscellany for your Thursday… Video of the American Principles Project founder, Robert P. George, on the Glenn Beck show. An interesting discussion on church censorship, the Manhattan Declaration, and social justice. American Thinker: Never-Ending Racial Hostility The Evangelical Outpost: The Ordinary Pointing Us Onwards Big Government: Education Blob’s Dismissal of Competition, Capitalism Will Further Its […]