Author Archives: Steve Davis

Frederick Douglass, American

Lucas E. Morel Professor of Politics, Washington and Lee University Frederick Douglass, a former slave and a leading abolitionist writer and orator, was the most photographed American of the 19th century. And as you at Hillsdale College know, one of … Continue reading

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Race Relations and Law Enforcement

Jason L. Riley Editorial Board Member, Wall Street Journal Thomas Sowell once said that some books you write for pleasure, and others you write out of a sense of duty, because there are things to be said—and other people have … Continue reading

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Does it Feel Good or Does it Do Good?

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Everyone should stand for the National Anthem

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America’s Indispensable Friends

As long as the U.S. remains good to weaker but humane states located in dangerous neighborhoods, it will remain great as well. Read more here…

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