Students’ Corner

Michelle Wolf “Salutes Abortion” in Latest Netflix Special

By so unapologetically presenting her tasteless stance on abortion, Wolf did damage to her pro-abortion cause by highlighting, for those who may have been unaware, the horrors of it.

The Paradoxical Doctrine of Progressive Tolerance

Progressives demand that conservatives actively participate in and endorse progressive ideas — a very different request than respectful toleration.

The Demand Side of Abortion

“If half of the states are ready to [ban abortion] tomorrow, then legalizing abortion was never constitutional. Abortion was never a part of the fabric of our liberty.”

Happy Independence Day!

We celebrate our Declaration of Independence, which asserted for the first time in human history that the rights of each person came from God, not from other men or government. It is this declaration that defines American Exceptionalism.

Meet CBLPI Fellow Hayley Grande

A rising sophomore at Georgetown studying Government and Economics.

Meet CBLPI Fellow Abigail Thomas

A rising sophomore at Christendom College.

Meet CBLPI Fellow Georgia Gallagher

A third year student at the University of Alabama double-majoring in Political Science and Journalism.

Meet CBLPI Fellow Taylor Roth

A University of Florida student majoring in Public Relations with a concentration in International Policy and Communications.

Black Lives Matter and the War on Family

Why does BLM seek to “disrupt the nuclear family structure” when science shows that the nuclear family is best structure for improving children’s lives?

25th Anniversary Flashback: Phyllis Schlafly

“Two lessons from my life …”

Alum Viktoriya Muhka Chebotarev

A wife, a Legal Assistant, and beginning in the fall, a law student.

Kelly Heilman – 2018 Student of the Year

Kelly was chosen for her dedication to promoting conservative values on her campus.

25th Anniversary Flashback: Lt Gov Rebecca Kleefisch

Sometimes laughing in the face of adversity is the best thing to do.

St. Mary’s College hosts “Healing Circle” to cope with conservative ideas

“It’s time these opponents of free speech start recognizing our need to have our views brought to discussion and debate,” argues conservative student Clare McKinney.