9/11 Reflection: Ted Bromund

September 8, 2011 • 0
As a national tragedy, as countless individual tragedies, as a blow to the pride of the United States and as a date of infamy, Sept. 11, 2001 will now rank with Dec. 7, 1941. —September 12, 2001 I wasn’t scared by 9/11. Even then, I felt instinctively what I know now: Islamist terrorists are losers. »

Looking beyond the surface of the current sports debate

February 8, 2002 • 0
The ongoing debate about the role athletics should play at Yale and in its admission process is a healthy one. At its core are questions about the role this University should seek to play in society and the very purpose of higher education. Our answers to these questions, which have been posed many times before, »

Ted Bromund

October 8, 2001 • 0
The American and British strikes that began yesterday against targets in Afghanistan came after the failure of the Taliban to evade three truths. First, in spite of their earlier denials, the Taliban now acknowledge they are in contact with terrorist leader Osama bin Laden. Second, the Taliban’s rejection of President Bush’s ultimatum, and their refusal »