What is the future of conservatism? Which ideas should it champion? What policies should it embrace? Since the 2012 election, a number of young, leading-edge journalists, scholars, and authors have been engaged in a rich conversation about these questions. Deeply versed in the nuances of policy, they have offered and debated big-think suggestions and ideas in response to the challenges facing our nation.
On March 11, 2014, the Manhattan Institute hosted a roundtable discussion in New York City, moderated by David Brooks of The New York Times. The panel featured Josh Barro, National Correspondent, The New York Times, Yuval Levin, Founding Editor, National Affairs, Megan McArdle, Columnist, Bloomberg View, Avik Roy, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute & Forbes Opinion Editor and, Reihan Salam, Contributing Editor, National Review.
George Kelling compares Broken Windows policing vs. Stop, Question and Frisk on NY1's "The New York Times Close Up"
August 23, 2014
Steve Malanga discusses the federal pension problem on CNBC's "Street Signs with Brian Sullivan and Mandy Drury"
August 22, 2014
Heather Mac Donald discusses the Ferguson situation on NBC's Meet the Press
August 17, 2014