Kevin Roberts, BA University of Louisiana, Lafayette, MA Virginia Tech, PhD, American History, University of Texas at Austin
He was President of Wyoming Catholic College from 2013 to 2016 and is since October 2021 President of The Heritage Foundation (think tank).
He says that most American colleges have one or no conservatives on their social sciences faculties, including history departments.
During his tenure as president of Wyoming, he led the institution to reject Title IV student loans and grants, citing religious liberty concerns, which made the college one of just a few to reject such funding.
In an article on the decision, The New York Times described Roberts and his students as “cowboy Catholics” for their independence.
Jordan Peterson interviewed Dr. Roberts on YouTube (posted five days ago).
Subsidiarity is a Catholic organizing principle: matters ought to be handled by the smallest, lowest, or least centralized competent authority. In 1931, Pope Pius XI definitively pronounced the principle of subsidiarity in his encyclical, Quadragesimo Anno. It provides that a higher entity in the social order may not do for the lower order what it is capable of doing for itself.