America is still a young country. But what a 400 years it has been in the economic history of humankind!
The defining feature of Ronald Reagan was his moral courage.
Europeans today prefer leisure to performance, security to risk-taking, paternalism to free markets, collectivism and group entitlements to individualism.
I think it is no exaggeration to say that one of the most clear-sighted, deeply learned, and steadily courageous of all of the servants of human freedom in our age is the president of the Czech Republic, Václav Klaus.
It is one of the wonders of the political world that John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both died on the 50th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.
Heroes have become invisible. Their virtues have become unexplainable in the language we now use to explain human actions
The New Deal has probably been the greatest political force in America during the last 100 years, and Franklin D. Roosevelt has probably been the most influential president during this time. In our current economic crisis—which some have compared with the Great Depression— many critics are calling for more federal programs and a “New New […]
From the heroes of the past we learn, and what they teach, by the example of their lives and words, has the special quality of truth by personal example.
In 1936, Roosevelt’s was also the popularity of a leader who had invented a new way to reward the constituencies that he needed to win.
Maintaining the College’s independence, then, is part and parcel of fulfilling Hillsdale’s mission by expounding the ideas that are necessary to preserve.