Points and Punts

  The Princeton Tory would like to congratulate the University of Pennsylvania on the election of Donald Trump, who graduated from Wharton in 1968. President-elect Trump will be the first Penn graduate to serve as president since William Henry Harrison. Members of the Penn community are no doubt elated to see one of their own…

Robert P. George receives AEI’s Irving Kristol Award

Professor Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, was awarded the Irving Kristol Award at the American Enterprise Institute’s (AEI) Annual Dinner held at the National Building Museum on September 28. The Irving Kristol Award was established in honor of AEI senior fellow Irving Kristol. Replacing the Francis Boyer Award first given…

Religious Liberty Under Siege

Religious Liberty: What It’s Good For and How It’s Under Assault The Goods of Religious Liberty In the United States, we have a strong tradition of religious liberty. Our Founders, for example, repeatedly stressed the value of allowing all peaceable persons to carry out their religious duty, and our legal system has long maintained accommodations…

Check Your Privilege

Dear liberal college students, You are understandably angry about the bigoted demagogue’s stunning electoral defeat of the pathological liar. You believe that your elected leaders are indifferent to your concerns and neither care about nor represent people like you. You have suddenly and shockingly been swept from power; your opposition controls Congress, the presidency, the…

Visions of Sex – Letter to the Editor

Anal. Orgasm. G-spot. Recently you may have seen these bright posters spring up on campus, advertising events hosted by the Women’s Center. One of the highlights of that week was the guest lecture series by Ellen Heed, who spoke on three consecutive days about self-pleasure, human genitalia, and “all of life’s erotic possibilities.” Sexual pleasure…