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Guests: Kevin Slack, Joel Kotkin, & Timothy McDonald Host Scot Bertram talks with Kevin Slack, Associate Professor of Politics at Hillsdale College, to preview his brand-new online course, "The American Left: From Liberalism to Despotism". Larry Kotkin, a fellow in urban studies at Chapman University, takes us inside his latest book, The Coming of Neo-Feudalism: A Warning to the Global Middle Class. And Timothy McDonald, Director of Sacred Music at Hillsdale, tells us what sacred music is and how it's used at the College.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Korey Maas, Larry Correia, & John Grant Host Scot Bertram talks with Korey Maas, Associate Professor of History at Hillsdale College, about the long history of religious liberty. Author Larry Correia joins us to discuss his latest book, In Defense of the Second Amendment. And John Grant, Associate Professor and Chairman of Politics at Hillsdale, returns for another installment in his series of the life and work of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Timothy Dolch, Joel Salatin, and Khalil Habib Host Scot Bertram talks with Timothy Dolch, Associate Professor of Physics at Hillsdale College, about last year's discovery by the Hubble Telescope of the most distant star ever seen. Joel Salatin, co-owner of Polyface Farm in Swoope, Virginia, joins the show to discuss local food as potential parallel agriculture. And Khalil Habib, Allison and Dorothy Rouse Professor in Politics at Hillsdale, teaches us about the writings and philosophy of Montesquieu on the 334th anniversary of his birth. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Adam Carrington, Mark Hemingway, James Brandon, and Anna Bassols '24 Host Scot Bertram talks with Adam Carrington, Associate Professor of Politics at Hillsdale College, about his recent essay on the Supreme Court's recent embrace of self-government. Mark Hemingway, senior writer at RealClearInvestigations, joins the show to discuss his piece on the rising number of federal bureaucrats now granted the authority to carry guns and make arrests. James Brandon, Chairman and Professor of Theatre at Hillsdale, returns to tell us about American theatre in the age of film. And Anna Bassols '24 recounts what it was like to uncover Charger artifacts from more than 100 years of Hillsdale athletic history.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Mark Moyar, Sally Pipes, Ken Calvert, and Daniel Himebaugh '04 Host Scot Bertram talks with Mark Moyar, William P. Harris Chair in Military History at Hillsdale College, about his new book Triumph Regained: The Vietnam War, 1965-1968, the second of his planned three-part series on the War. Sally Pipes, President, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy at the Pacific Research Institute, discusses what to expect in 2023 from the health care sector. Ken Calvert, Professor of Ancient History at Hillsdale, takes us back to talk about Cicero, Cato and the defense of the Roman Republic. And Hillsdale grad Daniel Himebaugh '04 tells us about his experiences at the College and working as Leadership Counsel for the Republican Caucus of the Washington State Senate.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Holiday Greetings from The Radio Free Hillsdale Hour, counting down the most-listened-to episodes of 2022, and a very special preview announcement regarding 2023.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Brad Birzer, Michael Foley, Christopher Hamilton, & Gad Saad Host Scot Bertram talks with Brad Birzer, Professor of History and Russell Amos Kirk Chair in American Studies at Hillsdale College, about Yellowstone National Park at 150. Michael P. Foley, author of Why We Kiss Under the Mistletoe: Christmas Traditions Explained, joins the show to reveal some lesser-known facts about the holiday. Christopher Hamilton, Professor of Chemistry at Hillsdale, tells us all we need to know about gluten. And we hear excerpts from a Hillsdale lecture given by Gad Saad, titled, "The Idea Pathogens Destroying Logic, Science, Reason, and Common Sense".See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Robert Norton, William Inboden, & Brent Cline Host Scot Bertram talks with Robert Norton, Vice President and General Counsel of Hillsdale College and a former top-level legal executive of automakers, about questions that persist regarding the adoption of electric vehicles. William Inboden tells us about his deep look into President Ronald Reagan's foreign policy record in The Peacemaker: Ronald Reagan, the Cold War, and the World on the Brink. And Brent Cline, Associate Professor of English at Hillsdale, returns for a trip through Cormac McCarthy's All the Pretty Horses, the first of his "Border Trilogy."See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Victor Davis Hanson, Roger Kimball, & Patrick Whalen Host Scot Bertram talks with Victor Davis Hanson, the Wayne and Marcia Buske Distinguished Fellow in History at Hillsdale College and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, about lessons learned from the recent midterm election. Roger Kimball, editor and publisher of The New Criterion and publisher of Encounter Books, discusses a new book he edited, Where Next: Western Civilization at the Crossroads. And Patrick Whalen, assistant to the president of Hillsdale College, gives us details on a new (old) model for educating boys. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Wilfred McClay, Nate Hochman, & Dan CouplandHost Scot Bertram talks with Wilfred McClay, Victor Davis Hanson Chair in Classical History and Western Civilization at Hillsdale College, about a recent essay on identity, patriotism, and education. Nate Hochman details his work chronicling the parents’ revolt inside the education sector. And Dan Coupland, Dean of Masters in Classical Education and Professor of Education at Hillsdale, takes us inside his new book, TRIED AND TRUE: A PRIMER ON SOUND PEDAGOGY.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Edward Gutiérrez, John Daniel Davidson, & James BrandonHost Scot Bertram talks with Edward Gutiérrez, Director, Center for Military History and Grand Strategy and Assistant Professor of History at Hillsdale College, about what we can learn from looking back at past conflicts. John Daniel Davidson, senior editor at The Federalist, questions Elon Musk's commitment to free speech at Twitter. And James Brandon, Chairman and Professor of Theatre at Hillsdale, returns to discuss American theatre in the 1800s.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Timothy Dolch, Michael Walsh, John Grant, & Amy Bartol '94Host Scot Bertram talks with Timothy Dolch, Associate Professor of Physics at Hillsdale College, regarding recent hints from Russia about leaving the International Space Station and what that means for the future of space. Michael Walsh joins us to discuss a new book he edited, AGAINST THE GREAT RESET: EIGHTEEN THESE CONTRA THE NEW WORLD ORDER, with contributions from a number of eminent writers and journalists from around the world. John Grant, Associate Professor and Chairman of Politics at Hillsdale, begins a short series on the life and thought of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. And Hillsdale graduate Amy Bartol '94 talks about her career as an award-winning author and how Hillsdale helped shape her.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Richard Samuelson, Justin Hart, & Elizabeth SpaldingHost Scot Bertram talks with Richard Samuelson, Associate Professor of Government in Hillsdale College’s Van Andel Graduate School of Statesmanship, chats about his recent essay in the Claremont Review of Books, "The Great Unwokening". Justin Hart debunks myths surrounding the COVID pandemic in his book GONE VIRAL: HOW COVID DROVE THE WORLD INSANE. And Hillsdale grad Elizabeth Spalding '88 tells us about the curation and opening of the Victims of Communism Museum in D.C.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Bradley C. S. Watson, Dennis Prager, & Brent ClineHost Scot Bertram talks with Bradley C. S. Watson, Associate Professor of Government in the Van Andel Graduate School of Government at Hillsdale in D.C., about his recent experience at Saint Vincent College and the moral collapse of higher education. Dennis Prager, national talk show host and founder of Prager U, discusses his new book THE RATIONAL BIBLE: DEUTERONOMY. And Brent Cline, Associate Professor of English at Hillsdale, begins a brief series on American author Cormac McCarthy as McCarthy's first new novels in 16 years are published.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: David Azerrad, Christopher Caldwell, & David WhalenHost Scot Bertram talks with David Azerrad, Assistant Professor and Research Fellow at Hillsdale College’s Van Andel Graduate School of Government in Washington, D.C., about Hillsdale's new online course, "The Real American Founding: A Conversation". Christopher Caldwell, contributing editor at The Claremont Review of Books, stops by the studio as he visits Hillsdale's campus to deliver a lecture on "Russia and American Foreign Policy Today". And David Whalen, Associate Vice President for Curriculum and Professor of English at Hillsdale, tells us about the works of Beatrix Potter.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Scott Atlas, Ilya Shapiro, & Jared WhiteHost Scot Bertram talks with Scott Atlas, Robert Wesson Senior Fellow in health care policy at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University and a fellow at Hillsdale College's Academy for Science and Freedom, about the Academy's recently released "Statement on the Ethical Principles of Public Health". Ilya Shapiro, senior fellow and director of constitutional studies at the Manhattan Institute, explains his recent essay in the Washington Examiner on the left's attempt to delegitimize the U.S. Supreme Court. And Jared White, Assistant Professor of Spanish at Hillsdale, tells us all about his puppetry troupe, Dragoncillo, and engaging young children in a foreign language.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Paul Moreno, Alexandra DeSanctis, & Kelly Scott FranklinHost Scot Bertram talks with Paul Moreno, Chair in Constitutional History and Professor of History at Hillsdale College, about his new book HOW THE COURT BECAME SUPREME: THE ORIGINS OF AMERICAN JURISTOCRACY. Alexandra DeSanctis, fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and co-author of the recent book TEARING US APART, provides an overview of the pro-life movement in the aftermath of the Dobbs opinion. And Kelly Scott Franklin, Associate Professor of English at Hillsdale, returns for another "Great Moment in the Great Books," this time from Dante's INFERNO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Mollie Hemingway, James Brandon, & Richard BarisHost Scot Bertram talks with Mollie Hemingway, Senior Journalism Fellow at Hillsdale College and Editor-In-Chief of The Federalist, about Election integrity in the wake of her recent book RIGGED and media malpractice. James Brandon, Chairman and Professor of Theatre at Hillsdale, begins a short series on the history of American theatre. And we hear excerpts from a recent Hillsdale lecture given by Richard Baris, Director of Big Data Poll, answering the question "Is Polling Reliable Anymore?"See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Matthew Spalding, Trent England, & Christopher BuschHost Scot Bertram talks with Matthew Spalding, Vice President of Washington Operations and Dean of the Van Andel Graduate School of Government at Hillsdale in D.C., about the enduring themes of George Washington's Farewell Address on the 226th anniversary of its publication. Trent England, executive director of "Save Our States," updates us on the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, an effort to eliminate the Electoral College. And Christopher Busch, Professor of English at Hillsdale, returns for a final segment in a series on American author Willa Cather.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guests: Paul Hosmer, Marc Morano, & Elizabeth FredericksHost Scot Bertram talks with Paul Hosmer, Chairman and Associate Professor of Physics at Hillsdale College, about teaching physics through the Founding Fathers. Marc Morano, publisher of ClimateDepot.com, joins us to discuss his new book THE GREAT RESET: GLOBAL ELITES AND THE PERMANENT LOCKDOWN. And Elizabeth Fredericks, Assistant Professor of English at Hillsdale, returns for a final installment in her series on modern Irish poetry.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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