Kate O’Beirne, RIP

The Capital Research Center mourns the loss of our longtime National Advisory Board member, Kate O’Beirne, a sterling journalist and grand warrior for the West. Kate’s easy charm and razor wit won over even her sparring partners, and one reason she accomplished much was because she cared little for public acclaim. She was an original drain-the-swamp girl when serving with Sen. James Buckley and President Ronald Reagan. John J.

A Hero of Conservative Philanthropy: The Bradley Foundation’s Dan Schmidt

In 1985, something big occurred in the world of conservative philanthropy. Rockwell International bought Milwaukee’s Allen-Bradley Company for $1.65 billion. One of the trusts that owned the company then became the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, named in honor of the two brothers who founded the company and enjoying $290 million in assets at the time. The foundation’s board almost immediately hired Mike Joyce of the John M. Olin Foundation…

Metastasizing academic cancer

By Walter Williams, Special to Bombthrowers (Dr. Williams is a member of CRC’s National Advisory Board) The average American has little knowledge of the extent to which our institutions of…

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