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A Principled Prescription for America’s Health Filed Under (hillsdale-college) on 07-03-2012
Tags: Constitution, Health Care, Progressive Movement
A Principled Prescription for America’s Health:The Perspective of a Doctor-Turned-Lawmaker A Lecture by Tom Price About Congressman Price: Congressman Tom Price was first elected to represent Georgia’s 6th district in November 2004. For nearly twenty years, Rep. Price worked in private practice as an orthopedic surgeon. Before coming to Washington he returned to Emory University School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor and Medical Director of the Orthopedic Clinic at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, teaching resident doctors in training. He received his Bachelor and Doctor of Medicine degrees from the University of Michigan and completed his orthopedic surgery residency at Emory University. This public lecture at Hillsdale College was presented by the Department of Politics in conjunction with the College Republicans on April 30. (0) Comments Read more >>
Introduction to the Constitution Filed Under (hillsdale-college) on 05-15-2012
Tags: Lecture Series featuring Dr. Larry Arnn, Hillsdale College President Lecture One: The Declaration and the Constitution In this first lecture of the Introduction to the Constitution series, Dr. Larry Arnn, Hillsdale College President, argues that the American republic’s meaning and proper method of operation is found in two documents, the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. He introduces the two main principles of the Declaration–Nature and Equality–and explains how they are key to understanding the arrangements of government found in the Constitution. Lecture One Study Guide (PDF) Lecture Two: The Constitution: Representative Government In this second lecture of the Introduction to the Constitution series, Dr. Larry Arnn, Hillsdale College President, begins to outline the key arrangements of the Constitution. The topic of this lecture is the principle of Representative Government, which he argues is the most fundamental principle of the Constitution. Lecture Two Study Guide (PDF) Lecture Three: The Constitution: Separation of Powers and Limited Government In this third lecture of the Introduction to the Constitution series, Dr. Larry Arnn, Hillsdale College President, continues his outline of the key arrangements of the Constitution. He discusses the principles of Separation of Powers and Limited Government, and how they relate to Representation and the ideas of Nature and Equality in the Declaration. Lecture Three Study Guide (PDF) Week Four: Bureaucratic Versus Constitutional Government In this fourth lecture of the Introduction to the Constitution series, Dr. Larry Arnn, Hillsdale College President, draws a contrast between centralized, bureaucratic rule and constitutional government. Lecture Four Study Guide (PDF) Concluding Session: Q&A Webcast with Dr. Larry Arnn and nationally syndicated radio host Hugh Hewitt In this concluding session of the Introduction to the Constitution series, Dr. Larry Arnn, Hillsdale College President, will be joined by nationally syndicated radio host Hugh Hewitt for an hour-long webcast, where they will discuss the main points of the series, and answer questions submitted by you, our viewers! (0) Comments Read more >>
About Hillsdale College Filed Under (Bios & Information, hillsdale-college) on 05-14-2012
Tags: Hillsdale College was founded in 1844 by men and women who proclaimed themselves grateful to God for the inestimable blessings resulting from the prevalence of civil and religious liberty and intelligent piety in the land, and who believed that the diffusion of sound learning is essential to the perpetuity of these blessings. Hillsdale was the first American college to prohibit in its charter any discrimination based on race, sex, or national origin. Associated with the anti-slavery movement from its earliest days, it attracted to its campus anti-slavery leaders such as Frederick Douglass and Edward Everett, who preceded Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg. Several of the College’s leading men were instrumental in founding the new Republican party up the road in Jackson, Michigan, in 1854. And Hillsdale sent a larger percentage of its students to fight for the Union in the Civil War than any other American college or university except West Point. Two of those Hillsdale veterans helped carry Lincoln’s casket to the slain president’s final resting place in Springfield, Illinois. Hillsdale’s modern rise to national prominence began in the 1970s, when the federal government attempted to impose a host of regulations on the College—including racial quota requirements that violated Hillsdale’s principled policy of nondiscrimination. When the Supreme Court upheld these regulations in the 1980s on the basis that Hillsdale students received federally funded grants and loans, the College decided to refuse even this indirect form of federal aid, replacing all federal student aid with privately funded grants, loans, and scholarships. Hillsdale’s Board of Trustees pledged first that the College would continue its long-standing policy of nondiscrimination, and second that it would not accept any encroachments on its independence. It is a pledge that has been renewed several times in subsequent years and stands to date. Today an independent, coeducational, residential liberal arts college with a student body of some 1,450 undergraduates, the College continues to carry out its original mission. With a core curriculum that comprises about one-half of courses a student needs to graduate, Hillsdale maintains its strong fidelity to the liberal arts. In its outreach, too, the College teaches those same ideas that advance civil and religious liberty. Its many programs include the Center for Constructive Alternatives, one of the largest college lecture series in America; the Hoogland Center for Teacher Excellence, which holds seminars for high school teachers of civics and history; the National Leadership Seminars; the Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship, in Washington, D.C.; and Imprimis, a monthly newsletter that reaches over two million people (0) Comments Read more >>
Pope at the Computer The Internet causes billions of images to appear on millions of computer monitors around the planet. From this galaxy of sight and sound will the face of Christ emerge and the voice of Christ be heard? For it is only when His face is seen and His voice heard that the world will know the glad tidings of our redemption. ...Therefore,... I dare to summon the whole Church bravely to cross this new threshold, to put out into the deep of the Net, so that now as in the past the great engagement of the Gospel and culture may show to the world ‘the glory of God on the face of Christ’. —Saint Pope John Paul II

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