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Weekend Roundup

I found this Student’s Guide to U.S. History an insightful read.

Hillsdale College has revamped their online course “Introduction to the Constitution” – and the best part is that it’s free!  34 more words

Weekend Reading

Constitution 101: The Meaning & History of the Constitution

Hillsdale College

Constitution 101” is Hillsdale’s most popular online course. Since launching this course in 2012, more than 800,000 people have taken it, deepening their understanding of the Constitution, how it has been undermined, and what it will take to restore it.

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Free Speech

An Economy of One National - March 26, 2017

One hour: New Deal or Raw Deal with Burton Folsom, Jr – professor at Hillsdale College; What is a right? And where does health care fit into that right; Honor Courage Commitment, Inc from CPAC 2017; Regulating Uber and Lyft in Dallas lead to worsening service… 9 more words


An Economy of One National - March 19, 2017

One hour: Federal Reserve raises interest rates 1/4 point; Dr. Larry Arnn, president of Hillsdale College; John Tamny, Editor of Real Clear Markets.com; Snapchat IPO… 8 more words


The Classics will not save America

I’ve noticed in more traditional right-wing establishments, such as Hillsdale College, a tendency to think that classical education will save the country.

It wont, and here’s why. 444 more words

Take the Leap

In case you missed it and need a moment of diversion from the mainstream media and the oppositional defiant subversion movement, and before I post more stuff below:  132 more words

All Politics Is Local

Virtue and Sacrifice: Hillsdale and Notre Dame

Over at Winston Elliott’s brilliant website, The Imaginative Conservative, I had the honor to write about the necessity of connecting liberty to sacrifice as understood through the students of two of the best colleges: Notre Dame and Hillsdale. 228 more words