Topics: “Our Bankrupt Nomenklatura,” learning cursive, and leadership

Scot Bertram speaks with Victor Davis Hanson, distinguished fellow in history at Hillsdale College, about his recent essay at American Greatness, titled “Our Bankrupt Nomenklatura”. Dan Coupland, from Hillsdale’s education department, tells us why children still should learn cursive. And Gen. Robert B. Neller talks with us about leadership.

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  1. Joe D. Lincoln

    How much more do fine motor skills get developed with cursive than they do with just printing? … or say drawing (art)?

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    • November 8, 2019, at 8:04 AM PST
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