Constitution 201: Post 1960’s Progressivism

Posted by on Jan 2, 2013 in Better Government, Blog |

By Stephen Zierak This lesson is taught by Dr. John Grant, Assistant Professor of Politics at Hillsdale College.  Dr. Grant teaches courses in early modern political philosophy and American political thought.  He received his BA from Eureka College, and his MA and PhD in Politics from the University of Dallas.  Dr. Grant’s research interests include natural law tradition, American foreign policy, and the relationship between theology and...

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Over the Fiscal Cliff, Or There And Back Again

Posted by on Jan 2, 2013 in Better Economy, Better Government, Blog |

By Ralph Benko As this column is being written America is preparing to head down the, theatrically styled, “Fiscal Cliff.” That “cliff” really is the chicken roost of 40 years of mostly disappointing — and more than a decade of catastrophic — economic growth. Lousy growth leads to a diminished tax base, capable of producing only anemic tax revenues. Washington, DC is emulating Sherlock Holmes locked in mortal combat with its own...

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