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Hillsdale College Hosts Lecture from Author, Professor Victor Davis Hanson

Hillsdale College Hosts Lecture from Author, Professor Victor Davis Hanson

  By Maureen Collins | Hillsdale College Acclaimed author and military historian Victor Davis Hanson addressed the Hillsdale College community on the beginning of World War II during his lecture on September 12 at the college’s Searle Center. In the talk, titled “How a Border War in Europe Led to World War II,” Hanson described […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Why I am a Libertarian and not a Conservative

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Why I am a Libertarian and not a Conservative

  By L. Neil Smith This essay is based on notes I made three years ago and never did  anything else with. I have tons of material like this which will keep  graduate students occupied and happy well into the next century. I was surprised the see that, after everything that’s happened  since, they’re still […]

EPA head must ignore the flak and continue to drop more bombs

EPA head must ignore the flak and continue to drop more bombs

  By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris Shortly after Scott Pruitt was confirmed as Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), disgruntled EPA bureaucrats began leaking what they said were Pruitt’s personal abuses of money, rules, and regulations. Naturally, it caused a firestorm in the press and among liberals. With investigations by the EPA inspector general, the White […]

Cypress Place to Host 10th Annual ‘Salute Our Veterans’ Event June 27, 2018

Cypress Place to Host 10th Annual ‘Salute Our Veterans’ Event June 27, 2018

Ventura, Calif. – 92-year-old Ventura resident Jim Gordy remembers serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II like it was yesterday. Despite living through major events like D-Day, Hitler’s demise and the final days of the war, his most impactful memories involve the lessons he learned from his fellow service members. Now happily retired at Cypress Place Senior Living, […]

A New Year’s Toast To The Old Breed

A New Year’s Toast To The Old Breed

  By Victor Davis Hanson | Defining Ideas The late World War II combat veteran and memoirist E. B. Sledge enshrined his generation of fellow Marines as “The Old Breed” in his gripping account of the hellish battle of Okinawa. Now, most of those who fought in World War II are either dead or in their nineties. Much […]

We Shall Never Surrender…..

We Shall Never Surrender…..

. By Michael Greer These are the words Winston Churchill spoke a month after taking office as Prime Minister of Britain on May 10, 1940. The films, “Darkest Hour” and “Dunkirk” made me realize how true the saying, “if you don’t know history, you are bound to repeat it. “ When Churchill took office he […]

World War II Navy Veteran Speaks About Preparations For WWII D-Day Invasion

World War II Navy Veteran Speaks About Preparations For WWII D-Day Invasion

The Allied D-Day invasion on the beaches of Normandy during World War II was one of the major turning points in the war. It took much planning, preparation and good timing to make it a success. That was the message from World War II Navy veteran Dr. Arnold (Arnie) Heyman during a July 20 talk […]