PJ Butler, '24

Politics Editor

PJ Butler is a senior from Saint Louis, Missouri majoring in political science and theology and minoring in constitutional studies. He enjoys listening to podcasts on 2x speed at the gym and late-night walks around campus to the sound of Morgan Wallen and Lana Del Rey songs. You can reach him at pbutler3@nd.edu.

Lecture Proposes Re-Evaluation of Landmark Libel Case

Nebraska professor critiques New York Times v. Sullivan

Students React to Potential TikTok Ban

Bipartisan legislation targets ByteDance’s ownership, prompts mixed reactions

Against Catholic Political Apathy

The case for Catholic engagement in an imperfect political order

Border Debates Ignite Political Showdown

Immigration tension leads to standoff between states and congressional debates

PayPal Founder Peter Thiel Visits Notre Dame

Billionaire reflects on the negative impacts of DEI in conversation with Professor Patrick Deneen

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Announces Independent Presidential Bid

RFK aims to upset existing dynamic between party frontrunners, build new electoral coalition

Lecture Explores the FBI’s Role in Promoting Christian Nationalism

Cushwa Center hosts Stanford Professor to discuss new book on J. Edgar Hoover

Danielle Allen Explores “Justice by Means of Democracy”

Harvard political scientist outlines vision for power-sharing liberalism

Exodus 90 at Notre Dame

Catholic men take up spiritual disciplines to draw closer to God.

Dr. Jay Bhattacharya Evaluates COVID Policy

Stanford professor questions efficacy of lockdowns and vaccine mandates