Zachary Rogers

About Zachary Rogers

Zachary Rogers is a program officer for a non-profit in Washington, D.C. He is a graduate of Hillsdale College and the John Jay Institute Fellowship, and a former intern at the Family Research Council and the Claremont Institute.

Parties and Presidential Selection

By |2021-02-23T10:52:46-06:00February 22nd, 2021|Categories: American Republic, Electoral College, Politics, Presidency|

The current presidential selection system is broken. The way to fix it is by returning to strong parties at the national, state, and local levels. The 2004 Senate election and 2008 Presidential election of Barack Obama demonstrate how outside actors can create political momentum to capture a political party. This results in a party that [...]

The Lost Sense of Occasion

By |2021-01-20T16:44:40-06:00January 20th, 2021|Categories: Culture|

While dress does not determine a man’s character, it certainly reflects upon him and his employer, showcases his evaluation of the activity he is engaged in, and visibly displays his attitude to others. Here are five tips for regaining a proper balance in men’s attire. The new year is a chance for reflection and intentional [...]

John Locke’s “A Letter Concerning Toleration” and the Liberal Regime

By |2020-08-28T17:15:24-05:00June 25th, 2020|Categories: American Republic, Books, Civil Society, Government, John Locke, Politics, Social Institutions|

The political situation in the United States offers an excellent and necessary opportunity to examine our ideas concerning toleration. We should turn to John Locke, who presents an argument for toleration worth pondering in a time when few are giving toleration, let alone free speech, freedom of association, or liberty, serious thought. John Locke’s A [...]

Churchill and Prudence: Actions at Mers el-Kebir

By |2020-06-05T13:46:41-05:00June 5th, 2020|Categories: England, War, Winston Churchill, World War II|

Winston Churchill’s leadership through World War Two led the United Kingdom to victory against Nazi Germany. His decision at Mers el-Kebir is a clear example of statesmanship, one worth study and imitation. Winston S. Churchill demonstrated statesmanship, prudence, and determination in the destruction of the French Fleet at Oran. Prime Minister Churchill sat at the [...]

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