This article, published by The Wall Street Journal, quotes Bruce Chapman of Discovery Institute: “If the original numbers aren’t as hard as possible, the uses they’re put to get fuzzier and fuzzier,” says Bruce Chapman, who was director of the Census in the 1980s. The rest of the article can be found here.
This article, published by Commentary Magazine, quotes Bruce Chapman of Discovery Institute: Bruce Chapman, a former Census Director, calls foul on the White House claim that other census directors have reported to the political operatives in the White House … The rest of the article can be found here.
Discovery President Bruce Chapman was featured on Tuesday’s “Fox and Friends” to discuss the recent controversy over the 2010 census.
For a while it seemed that the Obama Administration really didn’t mean last week’s suggestion that it would take conduct of the 2010 Census out of the Commerce Department and have the Census Bureau report directly to the West Wing. Perhaps, one was about to concede, the White House merely aims to create the kind of independent agency—with all the Read More ›
This article, published by WorldNetDaily, quotes Bruce Chapman of Discovery: Bruce Chapman, director of the U.S. Census Bureau under President Reagan, explains the Republican objection and why the census is so important in his Discovery blog The rest of the article can be found here.
“You should dream of a white Christmas, not pray for it!” joked Fr. Mike Ryan of St. James Cathedral in Seattle this week. The unusually insistent snows of recent days were frustrating for anyone trying to organize anything, including church services, but they also were lovely. They fed nostalgia, even for days before we were born. A couple of weeks Read More ›
The Canadian media are filled with the exciting story of a possible, even likely, removal of the Conservative government after only six weeks’ tenure since October’s parliamentary election. Conservatives, with 46% of the seats in Parliament, still lack a majority and now the other parties—the Liberals (who have about a quarter of the seats, the New Democrats (NDP) and the Read More ›
If you are frazzled by the endless American election campaign, go to the Canadian press and television and look into the brief, spirited federal elections that began up North a little over a month ago and will end in eleven days. If for no other reason than that it is enjoyable to watch a campaign where one is intellectually, but Read More ›
The first time that I met Bill Buckley we had lunch in an Italian restaurant on the lower East Side of New York City. I belong to The Quest Club, a group that meets in Fort Wayne on Friday noons, and each week members present papers they have written on a variety of topics. I had been assigned to speak Read More ›