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The Obama Administration vs. The Constitution

Ronald J. Pestritto, Assistant Professor of Politics at Hillsdale College, delivers this fascinating, informative, and (sadly) funny speech as part of the “First Principles on First Fridays” lecture series, May 26, 2011. The series was sponsored by Hillsdale College’s Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship in Washington, D.C. Continue reading

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Words That Replace Thought

To ask whether institutions that promote diversity 24/7 end up with better or worse relations between the races than institutions that pay no attention to it is only to get yourself regarded as a bad person. To cite hard evidence that places obsessed with diversity have worse race relations is to risk getting yourself labeled an incorrigible racist. Free thinking is not free. Continue reading

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The IRS Scandal: It’s About Discrimination, Stupid.

Indeed, this is bigger than the TEA Party. And it’s bigger than just Steven Miller. And it’s certainly a bigger deal than simply “poor service” rendered by a pair of “rogue employees” whose identity remains a mystery. This is pure, unadulterated discrimination. Perhaps Mr. Miller is not familiar with the ideals of due process or equal protection of the law. Continue reading

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