May we now recapture our love for our constitutional system, the structure that has allowed this great Republic to grow and prosper.
To see why Hillsdale is both famous and important, we need to understand the liberal arts and how they relate to free government.
I would like to suggest that what we most need now is to articulate a vision for the future, one that can be lived out one day at a time.
Rarely, if ever, does anyone make the connection between these acts of violence and the “culture of relativity” that has been spawned in our nation.
The time has come to recover the courage of our forefathers, who understood that faith and freedom are inseparable and that they are worth fighting for.
Journalists are tempted to fiddle with the truth because they need to write sensational stories that will sell newspapers.
We allow television to be our main source of news, and this leads to three critical distortions in our lives.
Hostility toward truth is extremely convenient for reporters because it frees them from the deadening and demeaning task of transmitting facts.
In an age of instant communication, the media creates the impression that sleaze is everywhere.
Despite our wonders and greatness, we are a nation that has experienced so much social regression, so much decadence, in so short a period of time, that we have become the kind of place to which civilized countries used to send missionaries.