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Imprimis

Hillsdale College’s Monthly Publication Imprimis. Imprimis, which in Latin means “in the first place,” is Hillsdale’s national speech digest. It publishes presentations delivered at the College’s many seminar and lecture programs. Begun in 1972 with a circulation of 1,000, it now reaches over 1.7 million readers monthly, the largest thing of its kind. Imprimis promotes the principles of individual rights, limited government, free market economics, personal responsibility and strong national defense. It comes at no cost to anyone who wishes to receive it, as part of Hillsdale’s commitment to “pursuing truth and defending liberty.”

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April – Reasserting Federalism in Defense of Liberty – Ken Cuccinelli

OutloudOpinion and Hillsdale College April 28th, 2011 | Post a Comment

SOME FAVORITE VIRGINIANS OF MINE who inspired and crafted our federal Constitution—Mason, Madison, Jefferson, and H…

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March – The Not So Dismal Science: Humanitarians v. Economists – William McGurn

OutloudOpinion and Hillsdale College March 31st, 2011 | Post a Comment

THIS EVENING I PROPOSE to take on one of the greatest libels in the English language: the description of economics as “th…

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January – It’s Never Just the Economy, Stupid – Brian T. Kennedy

OutloudOpinion and Hillsdale College February 15th, 2011 | 1 Comment »

WE ARE OFTEN TOLD that we possess the most powerful military in the world and that we will face no serious threat for some t…

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October – The Presidency and the Constitution – Mike Pence

OutloudOpinion and Hillsdale College October 23rd, 2010 | 8 Comments »

THE PRESIDENCY is the most visible thread that runs through the tapestry of the American government. More often than no…

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July/Aug – The Tea Parties and the Future of Liberty – Stephen F. Hayes

OutloudOpinion and Hillsdale College September 1st, 2010 | Post a Comment

Barack Obama was inaugurated on January 20, 2009. Within a month he signed a $787 billion “stimulus package” with virtu…

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May/June – The New New Deal – Charles R. Kesler

OutloudOpinion and Hillsdale College June 16th, 2010 | Post a Comment

In President Obama, conservatives face the most formidable liberal politician in at least a generation. In 2008, he wo…

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March – America’s War On Islamist Terror . . . Or Is It? – Andrew C. McCarthy

OutloudOpinion and Hillsdale College March 29th, 2010 | Post a Comment

ANDREW C. MCCARTHY is a senior fellow at the National Review Institute. For 18 years, he was an Assistant U.S. Attorney i…

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February – Health Care in a Free Society – Paul Ryan

OutloudOpinion and Hillsdale College March 8th, 2010 | 3 Comments »

SOMEONE once said that before there was the New Deal, there was the Wisconsin Deal. In my home state, the University of Wi…

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December – Education, Economics, and Self-Government – Larry Arnn

OutloudOpinion and Hillsdale College December 7th, 2009 | 2 Comments »

I have been asked to talk today about education and economic development. The standard thing to say on this topic is that…

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