PODCAST: An Inside Look at JWI

In this special podcast, our JWI interns for this past summer, Thomas Sarrouf and Sean Tehan, joined us to discuss the lessons they had learned over a summer working full-time with the JWI staff and Prof. Arkes. They shared about what memories stood out and made their time with the Institute truly special. Please enjoy this look behind the curtain into the daily work of JWI.

JWI Interns Thomas Sarrouf and Sean Tehan (left to right) with the JWI Staff at the office.

JWI Interns Sean Tehan, Peter Spence, and Seth Root (left to right) with Prof. Arkes at the James Wilson Fellowship

Recent Podcasts

June 28, 2022

Hadley P. Arkes & Why The Supreme Court Got It Right - The Ben Domenech Podcast

Ben and Professor Arkes break down the intricacies of where there is disagreement amongst Republicans and within the pro-life movement, as well as what individual states may do now that abortion is no longer a constitutionally guaranteed right.
June 21, 2022

"Building on the Right" with Andrew Kloster, Lawyer and Non-Profit Strategist

Andrew Kloster, lawyer and non-profit strategist, joins the Anchoring Truths podcast to discuss building on the Right.
June 9, 2022

"What Comes After the Religious Right?" with Nate Hochman, New York Times Essay Feature

In this episode, Garrett Snedeker joins talented young journalist Nate Hochman to discuss his recent article, "What Comes After the Religious Right?" This article was featured as the lead essay for the New York Times' Sunday Section in early June of 2022 and is applauded for its detailed descriptions on the debate on the future of conservatism and the Republican party.
May 27, 2022

“Moral Truth & Constitutional Conservatism” with Prof. Gerry Bradley, JWI Trustee & Senior Scholar: Part II

In this special edition of the Anchoring Truths Podcast, Prof. Gerry Bradley, JWI Senior Scholar and Trustee, delivers a powerful account of the incoherence of a jurisprudence that avoids moral reasoning.
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The James Wilson Institute’s Mission is to restore to a new generation of lawyers, judges, and citizens the understanding of the American Founders about the first principles of our law and the moral grounds of their own rights.
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