Election 2016 vs. 2020: The Woman Who Called the 2016 Presidential Race Salena Zito joined the Washington Examiner in 2016 as a Pittsburgh-based columnist and reporter, and is also a columnist at the New York Post. She is the author … Continue reading
Twenty years ago this week, the U.S. Senate began the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton. All of America was gripped by the stunning story of the impeachment of a president of the United States. Few individuals witnessed that historic … Continue reading
The Center for Vision & Values is proud to present two videos featuring 2008 Grove City College graduate Jared Walczak. Walczak ’08 is a senior policy analyst for the Tax Foundation and was a Student Fellow for the Center from … Continue reading
On June 6, 2017, Dr. Richard G. Jewell ’67, President Emeritus of Grove City College, spoke before a record number of guests at the Pittsburgh Rivers Club. Jewell discussed the Whiskey Rebellion and its importance to our nation’s early success. … Continue reading
Nate Mills ’16, of the National Review Institute, speaks on “Representing a New Constellation: The Overlooked Role of David Rittenhouse” during the March 7, 2017 American Founders Luncheon in Pittsburgh. The Center for Vision & Values lost a dear friend. … Continue reading
Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election by winning the Electoral College. His opponent, Hillary Clinton, lost the White House but won the popular vote. If the Constitution was being drafted today—and the question of how to select a president … Continue reading
David Voelker, associate professor of humanistic studies and history at the University of Wisconsin—Green Bay, speaks before more than 125 guests at the September 22, 2015 American Founders Luncheon in Pittsburgh.
Richard G. Jewell ’67, president emeritus of Grove City College, discusses the life of Aaron Burr before more than 140 guests at the March 17, 2015 American Founders Luncheon in Pittsburgh. From the chief collection of those who founded America … Continue reading
Ryan K. Smith, associate professor of history at Virginia Commonwealth University, speaks before more than 125 guests at the June 9, 2015 American Founders Luncheon in Pittsburgh.
Jeffry Morrison, professor of government at Regent University, speaks before more than 125 guests at the December 9, 2014 American Founders Luncheon in Pittsburgh.
Editor’s note: Colleen Sheehan, professor of politics and director of the Ryan Center for the Study of Free Institutions and the Public Good at Villanova University, spoke at our September 23, 2014, American Founders Luncheon in Pittsburgh. Many people requested … Continue reading
Dr. Ronald J. Rychlak, Butler Snow professor of law at the University of Mississippi, speaks before more than 125 guests at the American Founders Luncheon Series in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on March 18, 2014.