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In my native city of Detroit, Atlas has at long last shrugged

July 24, 2013 | by | Topic: Uncategorized

Editors note: This opinion editorial first appeared at Forbes.com

I’m sad. Detroit is my native city. It’s decline from being arguably the world’s richest city to being America’s “first Third Word city” is tragic, politically criminal, and a warning … More>

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Don’t Cry For Me, America: Comparing Argentina And The United States

June 15, 2013 | by | Topic: The Path to Freedom, Uncategorized

Editor’s note: This opinion editorial first appeared at Forbes.com.

Many observers have pondered if the United States is following the same troubled path as Argentina. In the 1940s, Argentina’s Juan Domingo Perón used government agencies for political gain and created … More>

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V&V FLASHBACK — The 40-Percent President: Obama’s Cruise to Reelection

November 8, 2012 | by | Topic: The American Story, The Path to Freedom, The Persuaders, Uncategorized

Editor’s note: A version of this piece was written for the American Thinker on January 26, 2011.

We’re at the halfway mark of Barack Obama’s first term as president. I say “first term” because I’m confident that this isn’t his … More>

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A Whiff of Privatization

February 24, 2012 | by | Topic: Uncategorized

Three decades ago, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher implemented a policy called “privatization” to rejuvenate the moribund economy of the United Kingdom.

Like the United States today, the cost of a too-large government was sapping the vitality of the U.K.’s economy. … More>

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An “Occupy Wall Street” Thanksgiving?

November 22, 2011 | by | Topic: Uncategorized

Editor’s note:A longer version of this article first appeared at TheBlaze.com.

Last week, a deranged malefactor was arrested at Occupy Wall Street for threatening to launch Molotov cocktails at Macy’s. It might have been a Macy’s Thanksgiving to … More>

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Thoughts From Israel

July 25, 2011 | by | Topic: The Content of Character, The Global Challenge, Uncategorized

Written by the administrative director of The Center for Vision & Values for WORLD Magazine.

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Heritage Foundation Lecture by Paul Kengor: “The Judge: Ronald Reagan’s Top Hand”

November 2, 2007 | by | Topic: Uncategorized

(Washington DC)

At noon on Friday, November 2, 2007, the executive director of the Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College—Dr. Paul Kengor—will be delivering an address at the Heritage Foundation’s Lehrman Auditorium on the topic of his … More>

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Paul Kengor Lecture and Booksigning at the Ronald Reagan Library

July 20, 2005 | by | Topic: Uncategorized

On Wednesday, July 20, Paul Kengor, executive director of The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College, will do a booksigning and lecture at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California. His lecture will be titled, “The … More>

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Vimeo Test 2 – Reagan Lecture – Old Embed Code

August 15, 2001 | by | Topic: Uncategorized

Bill Bennet is interviewed by Paul Kengor at the 5th Annual Ronald Reagan Lecture.… More>

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Fifth Annual Ronald Reagan Lecture

August 9, 2001 | by | Topic: Uncategorized

Bill Bennett is interviewed by Paul Kengor at the 5th Annual Ronald Reagan Lecture.… More>

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Vimeo Test

August 8, 2001 | by | Topic: Uncategorized

Excerpt from a talk given by Joseph Pearce, a writer-in-residence and associate professor of literature at Ave Maria University… More>

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