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Is Illinois Hawaii’s canary in the coal mine?

By Stephen Zierak Irresponsible management of government finances has caused Standard & Poor’s to drop its Illinois credit rating to A-. This is not like your improvement in school that brought your C to an A-, thus making your parents pleased and proud you had finally learned something.  No, it

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Constitution 201: Restoring Constitutional Government

This lesson is taught by Dr. Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College.  Under Dr. Arnn’s leadership, Hillsdale established the Kirby Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship in Washington, DC.  At Hillsdale, Dr. Arnn combines administration duties with teaching.  The subjects of his courses include Aristotle, Winston Churchill, and the American

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Constitution 201: Post 1960’s Progressivism

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

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Constitution 201: The Transformation of America’s Political Institutions

This lesson is taught by Dr. Kevin Portteus, Associate Professor of Politics at Hillsdale College, and faculty advisor for Washington-Hillsdale Internship Program. Dr. Portteus teaches courses in American political thought, and American political institutions. He is also a visiting graduate faculty member at Ashland University. Dr. Portteus’ book, Executive Details:

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Constitution 201 – Total Regulation: LBJ’s Great Society

This lesson is taught by Dr. Kevin Portteus, Associate Professor of Politics at Hillsdale College, and faculty advisor for Washington Hillsdale Internship Program.  Dr. Portteus teaches courses in American political thought, and American political institutions.  He is also a visiting graduate faculty member at Ashland University.  Dr. Portteus’s book, Executive

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Tax Talk/Tax Action #3

This article was originally published here on Hawaii Reporter. Hawaii is overtaxed and overregulated, a threat to our growth, our prosperity, and the self-reliance of our citizens. We at Grassroot Institute of Hawaii believe in citizen responsibility. We expect a dialogue with our readers. How do we best get the

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Constitution 201: The Progressive Rejection of the Founding

This article was also published here on Hawaii Reporter. Lesson One:  The Founders’ Constitution and the Challenge of Progressivism As a follow on to Constitution 101, Hillsdale College is offering a free ten lesson course on the Progressives’ challenge to our founding principles, as those principles are embodied in the

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Is Illinois Hawaii’s canary in the coal mine?

By Stephen Zierak Irresponsible management of government finances has caused Standard & Poor’s to drop its Illinois credit rating to A-. This is not like your improvement in school that brought your C to an A-, thus making your parents pleased and proud you had finally learned something.  No, it

Read More →

Constitution 201: Restoring Constitutional Government

This lesson is taught by Dr. Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College.  Under Dr. Arnn’s leadership, Hillsdale established the Kirby Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship in Washington, DC.  At Hillsdale, Dr. Arnn combines administration duties with teaching.  The subjects of his courses include Aristotle, Winston Churchill, and the American

Read More →

Constitution 201: Post 1960’s Progressivism

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

Read More →

Constitution 201: The Transformation of America’s Political Institutions

This lesson is taught by Dr. Kevin Portteus, Associate Professor of Politics at Hillsdale College, and faculty advisor for Washington-Hillsdale Internship Program. Dr. Portteus teaches courses in American political thought, and American political institutions. He is also a visiting graduate faculty member at Ashland University. Dr. Portteus’ book, Executive Details:

Read More →

Constitution 201 – Total Regulation: LBJ’s Great Society

This lesson is taught by Dr. Kevin Portteus, Associate Professor of Politics at Hillsdale College, and faculty advisor for Washington Hillsdale Internship Program.  Dr. Portteus teaches courses in American political thought, and American political institutions.  He is also a visiting graduate faculty member at Ashland University.  Dr. Portteus’s book, Executive

Read More →

Tax Talk/Tax Action #3

This article was originally published here on Hawaii Reporter. Hawaii is overtaxed and overregulated, a threat to our growth, our prosperity, and the self-reliance of our citizens. We at Grassroot Institute of Hawaii believe in citizen responsibility. We expect a dialogue with our readers. How do we best get the

Read More →

Constitution 201: The Progressive Rejection of the Founding

This article was also published here on Hawaii Reporter. Lesson One:  The Founders’ Constitution and the Challenge of Progressivism As a follow on to Constitution 101, Hillsdale College is offering a free ten lesson course on the Progressives’ challenge to our founding principles, as those principles are embodied in the

Read More →