Rich Lowry on Frederick Douglass
In a special Independence Day presentation, National Review editor Rich Lowry extols Frederick Douglass and his inspiring path to freedom.
History 102: ‘The Reagan Revolution’
Hillsdale College professor of history Terrence Moore discusses the statesmanship of Ronald Reagan and his understand of America’s role in the world.
Andrew Breitbart on Pigford
In this clip from the documentary Hating Breitbart, Andrew Breitbart and Rep. Steve King (R., Iowa) discuss the Pigford case.
History 102: ‘America as a World Power’
Hillsdale College professor of history Tom Conner discusses American exceptionalism, the U.S.’s involvement in the two world wars, and the honoring of our fallen soldiers abroad.
History 102: ‘Progressivism’
Hillsdale College professor of history Paul Moreno discusses early Progressive presidents, such as Teddy Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson, and their common dedication to statism.
History 102: ‘The Crisis of the Union’
Hillsdale College professor of history David Raney discusses the Civil War, the statesmanship of Abraham Lincoln, and the legacy of our 16th president.
History 102: ‘The American Founding’
Hillsdale College professor of history Paul Rahe discusses traditional English rights and the concept of natural rights laid out in the Declaration of Independence.
Priebus’s Plan to Remake the GOP Primary Calendar
On Face the Nation, RNC chairman Reince Priebus discussed in outline a plan for remaking the GOP presidential primary process that would involve include culling debates, dividing the country into four regional primary blocs, and moving up the convention. Priebus argued that the drawn-out 2012 process hurt Republicans.