Vision & Values Mailings

January 2014 “Vision & Values” (Vol. 22 No. 1)

January 24, 2014 | by | Topic: Vision & Values Mailings

Editor’s note: The January 2014 issue of Vision & Values (Vol. 22 No. 1) is now available for download online. In this issue, you’ll find an excerpt from “Smuggling a Cross into the Evil Empire,” an exclusive interview from the More>

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January 2013 “Vision & Values” (Vol. 21 No. 1)

January 20, 2013 | by | Topic: Vision & Values Mailings

Editor’s note: The January 2013 issue of Vision & Values (Vol. 21 No. 1) is now available for download online. In this issue, you’ll find: excerpts from an exclusive interview between Executive Director Paul Kengor and Dr. Kiron Skinner during More>

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January 2012 “Vision & Values” (Vol. 20 No. 1)

January 20, 2012 | by | Topic: Vision & Values Mailings

Editor’s note: The January 2012 issue of Vision & Values (Vol. 20 No. 1) is now available for download online. In this issue, you’ll find: excerpts from an exclusive interview between Executive Director Paul Kengor and Bill Bennett during the More>

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VISION & VALUES: Threatening History

July 1, 2006 | by | Topic: Biography, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: On Sept. 27, 2005, Dr. Richard Pipes, the acclaimed Russian historian and Harvard professor of Sovietology, visited Grove City College  at the invitation of The Center for Vision & Values to deliver the annual J. Howard Pew Lecture. More>

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VISION & VALUES: Hands Off My Home: The Abuse of Eminent Domain

January 1, 2006 | by | Topic: The Law, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: Attorney Scott G. Bullock, Grove City College Class of ’88 and graduate of the University of Pittsburgh Law School, recently argued the case of Kelo v. City of New London before the U.S. Supreme Court. Despite Bullock’s courageous More>

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VISION & VALUES: Shadows of Foreign Debt

October 1, 2005 | by | Topic: Economics & Political Systems, Vision & Values Mailings

Ever eager to observe and command, government officials like to record their countrymen’s economic dealings with people abroad. They create balances of payments which are to help them evaluate and manage economic relations. Last year the American balance posted extraordinary … More>

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VISION & VALUES: Is Social Security Reform Possible?

April 1, 2005 | by | Topic: Economics & Political Systems, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: In the following essay, Dr. Sennholz provides perspective and proposals on the current Social Security debate.

Introduction
An old English saying perfectly applies to election promises made by presidential candidates: “Vows made in a storm are forgotten in … More>

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VISION & VALUES: Evil and George W. Bush

October 1, 2004 | by | Topic: American History & Presidents, Vision & Values Mailings

Introduction
Of all the things that rankle the critics of George W. Bush, few anger them more than his willingness to apply the word evil. Like President Ronald Reagan two decades before him, Bush operates from a Christian worldview that … More>

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VISION & VALUES: Faith in the Public Square

June 1, 2004 | by | Topic: Faith & Society, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following lecture was presented at Grove City College on Feb. 19, 2004, as part of the Bible and American Society Lecture Series.

Introduction
Twelve years ago, a constitutional law professor by the name of Stephen Carter from … More>

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VISION & VALUES: Useful Idiots: Then and Now

March 1, 2004 | by | Topic: American History & Presidents, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following lecture was presented at Grove City College on Nov. 3, 2003.

The term “useful idiots,” usually attributed to Lenin, has entered the lexicon as a term for people who simply do not get it and are … More>

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VISION & VALUES: Faith, Freedom, and the Future

October 1, 2003 | by | Topic: Faith & Society, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: Faith, Freedom, and the Future is the title of a recently released book by Dr. Charles W. Dunn. We commend this book to you by giving you an introduction to the issues which Dr. Dunn and his noteworthy More>

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VISION & VALUES: Maintaining Liberty: A 21st Century Challenge

April 1, 2003 | by | Topic: Education & Schools, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: On January 25, 2003, Dr. Walter Williams delivered these remarks at Grove City College in the Sticht Lecture Hall at the dedication of the new Hall of Arts and Letters, a $21 million, 40-classroom building, which also houses More>

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VISION & VALUES: How Did the Press Get That Way?

December 1, 2002 | by | Topic: Media & Culture, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following lecture was presented at Grove City College on November 12, 2002.

Introduction
Whenever I am invited to give a talk, I like to remind my audience of Lord Northcliffe’s classic definition of a newspaperman. “It is … More>

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VISION & VALUES: Comparing Civilizations: A Politically Incorrect Analysis

July 1, 2002 | by | Topic: Military & Foreign Policy, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following lecture was presented at Grove City College on March 7, 2002.

Introduction
My politically incorrect analysis begins with some reminiscences. I followed world developments after the terrorist attack on America from Helsinki, the capital of Finland, … More>

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VISION & VALUES: Is Pollution in America Getting Worse?

March 1, 2002 | by | Topic: Faith & Society, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following lecture was submitted as part of a conference entitled “Free Markets and the Environment” held on the campus of Grove City College on March 19, 2001.

Introduction
There is almost certainly no issue of modern times … More>

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VISION & VALUES: The Outrageous Idea of Christian Scholarship

December 1, 2001 | by | Topic: Education & Schools, Vision & Values Mailings

Editor’s Note: The following lecture was presented at Grove City College on September 6, 2001 as part of the 125th Anniversary Speaker Series.

Introduction
People who think Christian scholarship is outrageous may be divided, broadly speaking, into two camps. First … More>

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VISION & VALUES: Economic Liberties: The Lost Civil Right

October 1, 2001 | by | Topic: Economics & Political Systems, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following lecture was presented at Grove City College on February 6, 2001.

Introduction
A course in Constitutional Law helped me decide that I wanted to become a lawyer. I had no previous interest in being a lawyer … More>

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VISION & VALUES: A Case Study in Christophobia

June 1, 2001 | by | Topic: Faith & Society, Vision & Values Mailings

Editor’s Note: The following lecture was presented at Grove City College on February 22, 2001 as part of the 125th Anniversary Speaker Series.

Introduction
I was originally planning tonight to present a general lecture about Christophobia in American life. The … More>

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VISION & VALUES: America’s Challenges and Responsibilities in the 21st Century

February 1, 2001 | by | Topic: American History & Presidents, Vision & Values Mailings

Introduction
In 1941, on the eve of our entry into World War II, Time, Inc. publisher Henry Luce delivered a speech in nearby Pittsburgh entitled “The American Century.” In this speech Henry Luce spoke of America’s opportunity for worldwide leadership, … More>

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VISION & VALUES: Higher Education and the Burger King Society

November 1, 2000 | by | Topic: Education & Schools, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: Dr. John H. Moore, president of Grove City College, delivered the following speech to The Discussion Club in St. Louis, Missouri, in March 2000.

Introduction
At a recent national meeting of college presidents, the keynoter, Sally Helgesen, spoke … More>

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VISION & VALUES: Seeking True Success

August 1, 2000 | by | Topic: Faith & Society, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: Former U.N. Ambassador and Republican presidential candidate Alan Keyes delivered this commencement address to the Grove City College graduating Class of 2000. His remarks challenged the graduates to oppose America’s moral decline and embrace the principles of Scripture More>

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VISION & VALUES: Racial Preferences in Higher Education: What We Know

April 1, 2000 | by | Topic: Education & Schools, Vision & Values Mailings

Introduction
I opened my Grove City College Bulletin and the first thing I saw was a notice of a non-discriminatory policy. “Grove City College is a private educational institution. It does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, … More>

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VISION & VALUES: Goodness and Greatness

May 1, 1998 | by | Topic: Faith & Society, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: U.S. Senator Rick Santorum delivered this commencement address to the Grove City College graduating Class of 1998.

Introduction
Thank you very much, Dr. Moore, for asking me to be here. I consider it a true honor to come … More>

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