The Scandal of Grace

Patheos - Philosophical Fragments | Published on January 21, 2014

By Peter Wehner

Grace is hard to understand and harder to live by – but those who grasp it speak to the world in a way, and in a language, that nothing else can.

The War on Poverty a Half Century Later

Commentary Magazine | Published on January 8, 2014

By Peter Wehner

The five decades since the beginning of the War on Poverty have revealed lessons about the right and wrong ways to approach social issues.

A Conservative Vision of Government

National Affairs | Published on January 1, 2014

By Peter Wehner and Michael Gerson

To be both genuinely conservative and politically effective, the right needs to recover its own positive vision of government.

“We Thought That [Obama] Was Going to Be the Next Messiah”

Commentary Magazine | Published on December 19, 2013

By Peter Wehner

Some people believe Barack Obama would be the next messiah. He’s turned out to be a failed president.

Compromise, Moderation, and the American Constitution

Commentary Magazine | Published on December 17, 2013

By Peter Wehner

Some modern conservatives disdain the concepts of moderation and compromise. But this attitude is at odds with the Constitution and the Federalist founders.