The following is adapted from a speech delivered on September 15, 2015, at Hillsdale College’s Sixth Annual Constitution Day Celebration in Washington, D.C. Our Constitution is often treated as a reliquary, worthy of reverence but no longer of much practical use. Yet the Constitution reflects, in many deep and subtle ways, the character of the […]
As a rule, people who make good choices succeed, and people who make bad choices fail.
Just as ObamaCare was the wrong prescription for health care, Dodd-Frank was based on a faulty diagnosis of the financial crisis.
Federal student financial assistance programs are costly, inefficient, byzantine, and fail to serve their desired objectives.
Across the nation we have governors and mayors trying to solve their public employee problems with varying degrees of seriousness.
Education is something that individuals acting alone and cooperatively can do, let alone something local or state governments can do.
You can read the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution in a few minutes. They are simple. They are beautiful. They can be understood and retained.
A political party dedicated to genuinely limited government—not small government—is an urgent political task.
Europeans today prefer leisure to performance, security to risk-taking, paternalism to free markets, collectivism and group entitlements to individualism.
It is time to push home the point that all American workers should be granted the full freedom of association in the area of union membership.