Articles tagged as Media

  • “The Unaccountable Silences of Bret Baier” –Professor Hadley Arkes in First Things

    by James Wilson Institute on June 21, 2019
    In an essay for First Things titled “The Unaccountable Silences of Bret Baier”, Professor Hadley Arkes criticizes the media for its silence on the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act.  After sketching the history of Born-Alive legislation in the United States, Professor Arkes skewers the media establishment for allowing the bills’ opponents to evade responsibility.   […]
  • The Future of American Culture

    by James Wilson Institute on February 5, 2010
    Participants talked about the future of American culture at the 2010 Ronald Reagan Symposium. They spoke about a variety of issues including the legacy of President Reagan, contemporary American social values, family and social issues, and conservative principles. Specific topics included abortion, family structure, religion, patriotism, and popular media culture. Following prepared remarks they answered questions from the […]
  • Homosexuality in the Media

    by James Wilson Institute on June 20, 1997
    Mr. Medved and Prof. Arkes discuss homosexuality and its presence in public life in the United States. He talked about the media event of comedienne Ellen Degeneres “coming out” on her television show on ABC and criticized the anti-family and anti-marriage agenda of the entertainment industry.