Topics: Supreme Court justice rotation, AMERICAN RESTORATION, Jane Austen’s SENSE AND SENSIBILITY, & a new book on Justice Stephen Field.

Scot Bertram is joined by Hillsdale’s Paul Moreno to analyze the idea of rotating Supreme Court justices on and off the court. Timothy Goeglein digs into his new book AMERICAN RESTORATION. Hillsdale English professor Lorraine Murphy returns to discuss Jane Austen’s SENSE AND SENSIBILITY. And Adam Carrington, assistant professor of politics at Hillsdale, talks about his recent book on late Supreme Court justice Stephen Field.

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Topics: JUSTICE ON TRIAL, part two of Shakespeare’s Roman plays, and a Hillsdale alumnus discusses criminal justice reforms in Ohio.

Scot Bertram talks with Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino, co-authors of the new book JUSTICE ON TRIAL: THE KAVANAUGH CONFIRMATION AND THE FUTURE OF THE SUPREME COURT. Hillsdale associate professor of politics Khalil Habib returns for the second part of his look at Shakespeare’s Roman plays in the context of Rome’s politics and history. And Judge Tim Kuhlman, a Hillsdale alumnus, talks about how the school prepared his for his job on the bench and his efforts on criminal justice reform in Toldeo, OH.

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Topics: The Declaration of Independence, Warren Harding & Presidential rankings, the American Founding, & Hilldale’s 2019 Commencement.

Scot Bertram is joined by Hillsdale’s Matt Spalding to discuss the Declaration and its relevance today. David Harsanyi of The Federalist defends Warren Harding and questions what qualities make a great president. Paul Rahe reflects on the American founding. And we hear Hillsdale’s 2019 Commencement Address given by Gen. Robert B. Neller, commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps.

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Topics: SCOTUS decisions, REASON, FAITH, & THE STRUGGLE FOR WESTERN CIVILIZATION, Shakespeare’s Roman plays, public service.

Scot Bertram is joined by Hillsdale assistant professor of politics Adam Carrington to break down the Gamble and Gundy rulings by the U.S. Supreme Court. Samuel Gregg of the Acton Institute discusses his new book REASON, FAITH, & THE STRUGGLE FOR WESTERN CIVILIZATION. Hillsdale associate professor of politics Khalil Habib looks at Shakespeare’s Roman plays in the context of Rome’s politics and history. And Michigan State Rep. Eric Leutheuser talks about how his Hillsdale education prepared him for a life of community and public service.

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Topics: The partisan press, Robby Soave’s PANIC ATTACK, American Gothic, & The Churchill Project at Hillsdale College.

Scot Bertram talks with John J. Miller, director of Hillsdale’s journalism department, about the return of the partisan press. Robby Soave of Reason joins the show to discuss his new book PANIC ATTACK: YOUNG RADICALS IN THE AGE OF TRUMP. Hillsdale professor of art Barbara Bushey explains the famous work AMERICAN GOTHIC. And Larry Arnn, president of Hillsdale College, explains his interest in Winston Churchill and the College’s Churchill Project.

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Topics: Electric vehicle tax credits. Lawrence Mead’s BURDENS OF FREEDOM, plot as a literary device, and what role religious faith should have in a judicial confirmation process.

Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale economics professor Gary Wolfram about the potential phase-out of EV tax credits. Lawrence Mead explains his new book BURDENS OF FREEDOM. Hillsdale English professor Dwight Lindley returns for another in his occasional series on basic literary devices, this time discussing plot. And we hear from Judge Any Coney Barrett speaking at a recent lecture/Q&A at Hillsdale’s Kirby Center in Washington, D.C. Among other topics, she weighs in on what role religious faith should have in a judicial confirmation process.

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Topics: The Helium Shortage, Myron Magnet’s CLARENCE THOMAS AND THE LOST CONSTITUTION, Jane Austen’s NORTHANGER ABBEY, and the power of storytelling.

Scot Bertram talks with Courtney Meyet, associate professor of chemistry at Hillsdale, about the helium shortage. Myron Magnet joins the show to discuss his new book CLARENCE THOMAS AND THE LOST CONSTITUTION. Hillsdale associate professor of English Lorraine Murphy digs into Jane Austen’s NORTHANGER ABBEY. And Lee Habeeb of Our American Network tells us about the power of storytelling.

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On this week’s episode, Scot Bertram is joined by Hillsdale president Dr. Larry Arnn to discuss the new online course offered by the college on Aristotle’s ETHICS. Nationally syndicated radio host Dennis Prager talks about his recent book THE RATIONAL BIBLE: GENESIS. Hillsdale College professor of chemistry Christopher Hamilton tells us about the wonderful world of enzymes. And we hear from recently retired C-SPAN founder Brian Lamb from a 2013 speech that was part of the Kirby Center Lecture Series.

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