Restoring Civic Duty and Civility: A Conversation with Cindy McCain, Heidi Heitkamp, and Anne Applebaum
How Does Democracy Die? An Exclusive Conversation with Lt. Col. (Ret) Alexander Vindman
Can Democracy Survive Without Religion?
This is a recording of the first event in our monthly conversation series that took place on September 16th at 12 p.m. EST. The conversation featured columnist David French, Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, and Moral Courage College founder Irshad Manji on the provocative question, “Can Democracy Survive Without Religion?” Traditional religion is on a steep […]
A Storm is Coming
You might hold on to the delusion that everything will be fine in November. That this is America. The votes will be counted. And life will carry on as normal. Think again.
Is the President a King?
The President was never supposed to be a King. What happened?
Why can’t you be imprisoned at the whim of a popular leader? Why can’t the government force the press to destroy your reputation? Find out in our newest video on constitutional democracy.
You Have to Cover Your Beautiful Hair – Masih Alinejad
Masih Alinejad is a prominent Iranian journalist author, political activist, and women’s rights activist. In this interview, Masih talks about life in Iran and the importance of safeguarding democracy everywhere.
Faces of Democracy: Daria Kaleniuk
Daria Kaleniuk is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Anti-Corruption Action Centre in Ukraine.