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Edward Lee Pitts

Edward Lee Pitts

Lee is the associate dean of World Journalism Institute and former Washington, D.C. bureau chief for WORLD Magazine. He is a graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism and teaches journalism at Dordt University in Sioux Center, Iowa. Lee resides with his family in Iowa.

Articles by Edward Lee Pitts
Countercultural warriors

Countercultural warriors

Some Christian millennials are very publicly standing apart from their generation to defend marriage
Inside report shows public perception of Republicans is grim
The Republican National Committee’s report on the future of the GOP angers social conservatives and the party’s grassroots base
Mitt Romney receives a warm welcome from CPAC attendees, on day that also featured speeches by Paul Ryan and Rick Santorum

President Obama’s new point person for faith-based outreach receives praise from the right and the left
House Republicans, led by Rep. Paul Ryan, lay out a balanced budget plan in anticipation of a Democratic alternative that emphasizes more taxes and spending
The March sequester created no crisis, but may yet shape budget politics for the rest of the Obama era
Republicans continue to call the Obama administration’s bluff on the so-called ‘devastating list of horribles’ caused by sequestration
As President Obama issues dire warnings about Friday’s sequester, lawmakers say their constituents are mostly unfazed
A small group of House conservatives view the nation’s debt as a threat worth risking a political career to fight. Their decision may be bearing fruit