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Best J. Gary Holland podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best J. Gary Holland podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The Radio Free Hillsdale Hour is a one-hour, weekly radio show/podcast advancing the efforts of Hillsdale College in radiating its knowledge and teaching to the world outside of campus. Listeners will hear the arguments and debates that make up the liberal arts education and will experience the learning and teaching that happens on campus. Hosted by Scot Bertram.
 
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TOPICS: The coronavirus and the Constitution, "Above The Law The Inside Story of How the Justice Department Tried to Subvert President Trump," and Walker PercyHost Scot Bertram shares portions of a conversation among Hillsdale politics professors regarding the coronavirus and the Constitution. Featured are Kevin Portteus, Adam Carrington, & Thomas …
 
TOPICS: The ramifications of economic shutdown, defending the Electoral College, and a visit to Netherlands American CemeteryHost Scot Bertram shares a conversation between Hillsdale president Dr. Larry Arnn and Brian Wesbury, chief economist at First Trust Advisors, about the ramifications of economic shutdown. Trent England joins the show to disc…
 
TOPICS: China and the Coronavirus, Andrew Klavan's THE NIGHTMARE FEAST, Jane Austen's PERSUASION, and working in political communications.Host Scot Bertram shares a portion of a conversation between Hillsdale president Dr. Larry Arnn and U.S. Senator Tom Cotton regarding China and the coronavirus. Andrew Klavan talks about his latest book and conse…
 
TOPICS: National Charter School Week, China and COVID-19, & research taking place on Hillsdale's campusHost Scot Bertram talks with Kathleen O'Toole, Assistant Provost for K-12 Education at Hillsdale College, about National Charter School Week and what the Barney Charter School Initiative is all about. Marion Smith, executive director of the Victim…
 
TOPICS: Civics education, the downfall of the New York Times, & pressures on small, rural hospitals due to COVID-19 restrictions.Host Scot Bertram talks with Khalil Habib, associate professor of politics at Hillsdale, about the need for civics education in our high schools. Michael Goodwin, chief political columnist at the New York post and Fox New…
 
TOPICS: THE CASE FOR TRUMP now in paperback, Yves Simon on education, and Michigan's executive ordersHost Scot Bertram talks with Victor Davis Hanson about the paperback release of his book, THE CASE FOR TRUMP. Hillsdale's Ben Beier discusses Yves Simon and his thoughts on education. And Robert Norton walks us through a recent op-ed on the executiv…
 
TOPICS: The left's push to ban fracking, the European model of socialism, THE CREATION OF ADAM, and teaching science at homeHost Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale economics professor Gary Wolfram about the consequences of a potential ban on fracking in the U.S. Christopher Caldwell, senior fellow with the Claremont Institute, teaches us about the E…
 
TOPICS: Right To Work laws, Gen. Douglas MacArthur, Ernest Hemingway, & teaching classical education at homeHost Scot Bertram talks with Charles Steele, from Hillsdale's economics department, about the fight over Right to Work laws in the U.S. Arthur Herman, senior fellow at the Hoover Institute, digs into the life of Gen. Douglas MacArthur. Hillsd…
 
TOPICS: The history of Major League Baseball, AMERICA'S REVOLUTIONARY MIND, Thomas Aquinas, & a 1983 alum of Hillsdale College.Host Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale's Paul Moreno about the history of Major League Baseball. C. Bradley Thompson walks us through his new book AMERICA'S REVOLUTIONARY MIND: A MORAL HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND…
 
TOPICS: Special three-week session of Hillsdale's online U.S. history course, CONVICTION MACHINE, & tips and advice for both parents and teachers working with students at homeHost Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale's director of online learning Kyle Murnen about a special three-week session of Hillsdale's online U.S. history course, Sidney Powell wa…
 
TOPICS: Patriotism as a virtue, MAKING HATE PAY and the SPLC, learning a foreign language, and the rhetoric of George SatayanaHost Scot Bertram talks with Matt Mehan of Hillsdale in D.C. about the idea of patriotism as a virtue. Hillsdale alum Tyler O'Neil tells us about his new book MAKING HATE PAY: THE CORRUPTION OF THE SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTE…
 
TOPICS: The presidential nominating process, U.S. foreign policy, RNA, and the 2012 Hillsdale College commencement addressHost Scot Bertram talks with Adam Carrington from Hillsdale's politics department about the way we nominate our candidates for President. Ret. Major General Melvin Spiese discusses U.S. foreign policy and external threats. Chris…
 
TOPICS; The rise of socialism, America's history with the gun, Jane Austen's EMMA, and Hillsdale's Barney Charter School InitiativeHost Scot Bertram talks with David Azzerad, assistant professor of government and research fellow at Hillsdale in D.C., about the apparent rise of support for socialism in the U.S. David Harsanyi takes us through his re…
 
Topics: The birth of modern journalism, PROPERTY AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS, the Counter-Reformation, and an award-winning economics gameHost Scot Bertram talks with John J. Miller, director of Hillsdale's Dow Journalism program, about the media and the birth of modern journalism. Edward Erler tells us about his recent book, PROPERTY AND THE PURS…
 
Topics: Impeachment, the Democratic primary, and media malpractice. Big Tech's war on conservatives, and Shakespeare's AS YOU LIKE IT.Host Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale senior journalism fellow Mollie Hemingway about impeachment, the Democratic primary, and media malpractice. Peter Hasson discusses his new book THE MANIPULATORS, covering Big Te…
 
Topics: The coronavirus, single-payer health care and Medicare For All, diagramming a sentence, & LAND OF HOPE.Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale associate professor of biology Silas Johnson about what we need to know regarding the coronavirus. Sally Pipes joins the show to discuss her new book on Medicare for All, FALSE PREMISE, FALSE PROMISE. Hill…
 
Topics: The Iowa Caucus, CREATED EQUAL: CLARENCE THOMAS IN HIS OWN WORDS, & "Rappaccini's Daughter" by Nathaniel HawthorneScot Bertram talks with Adam Carrington, assistant professor of politics at Hillsdale, about the Iowa Caucus and what it means in the race for the Democratic nomination. Michael Pack, producer/director of CREATED EQUAL: CLARENCE…
 
Topics: Progressives' rejection of the founding, AMERICAN SECESSION, early Christianity, and Hillsdale's online learning.Scot Bertram talks with Ronald Prestritto, Dean of the Graduate School, Professor of Politics, Charles and Lucia Shipley Chair in the American Constitution at Hillsdale, about progressives' rejection of the founding. F. H. Buckle…
 
Topics: Findings from the International Space Station, THE AGE OF ENTITLEMENT: AMERICA SINCE THE '60S, & the impact of portable wealth on the Greek world.Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale assistant professor of physics Timothy Dolch about some interesting findings from the ISS. Christopher Caldwell speaks with us about his new book, THE AGE OF ENTT…
 
Topics: America's first experiment with socialism, the Venezuela model of socialsm, Jane Austen's EMMA, and liberal arts students in the military.Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale professor emeritus Burt Folsom about America's first experiment with socialism. James Carafano of Heritage tells us about the Venezuelan model of socialism. Lorraine Murp…
 
Topics: Baumol's Cost Disease, small-town America, Aristotle's PHYSICS, and starting a businessScot Bertram talks with Hillsdale associate Professor of Economics Charles Steele about the merits of Baumol's Cost Disease. Tim Carney discusses his recent Washington Examiner cover story on small-town America. Lee Cole, from Hillsdale's philosophy depar…
 
Topics: Why Congress doesn't work, HOW AMERICA'S POLITICAL PARTIES CHANGE (AND HOW THEY DON'T), and the Trinity.Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale Professor of Politics Kevin Portteus about "Congress: How It Worked and Why It Doesn't". Michael Barone of AEI and the Washington Examiner joins the show to discuss his latest book HOW AMERICA'S POLITICAL…
 
Topics: Supply-side economics, the downfall of the New York Times, story/discourse, Hillsdale in D.C.Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale's Gary Wolfram about supply-side economics. Michael Goodwin, chief political columnist of the New York Post, speaks about journalism and the downfall of the New York Times. Dwight Lindley, from Hillsdale's English d…
 
Topics: Citizenship, GREAT SOCIETY: A NEW HISTORY, humanistic psychologyScot Bertram talks with Hillsdale professor of politics Tom West about the concept of citizenship and the current effort to revamp the citizenship test. Amity Shlaes joins the show to discuss her new book GREAT SOCIETY: A NEW HISTORY. And Collin Barnes, from Hillsdale's psychol…
 
Topics: Protests in Spain, "Trump Trauma" and its impact on 2020, Shakespeare's TWELFTH NIGHT, and thoughts from a student-turned-professor at Hillsdale.Scot Bertram talks with Todd Mack from Hillsdale's Spanish department to find out more about the current protests playing out in Spain. Michael Walsh discusses "Trump Trauma" and why it might impac…
 
Topics: Veterans Day & Hillsdale's connection to the military, America's big-city problems. exoplanets, & immigration policyScot Bertram talks with Peter Jennings, Assistant Professor of Financial Management at Hillsdale and Marine veteran, about Veterans Day and Hillsdale's deep connection with the military. James Poulos, executive editor of the A…
 
Topics: "Our Bankrupt Nomenklatura," learning cursive, and leadershipScot 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 cursi…
 
Topics: Palytoxin poisoning, the military threat from China today, Jane Austen's MANSFIELD PARK, & the power of poetry.Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale's Courtney Meyet,associate professor of chemistry, about the dangers of palytoxin poisoning. Steven Mosher, author of BULLY OF ASIA, discusses the military threat from China today. Hillsdale's Lorr…
 
Topics: Constitution 101, RETURN OF THE STRONG GODS, Petrarch, & shooting sportsScot Bertram talks with Ronald Pestritto, Dean of the Graduate School, Professor of Politics, Charles and Lucia Shipley Chair in the American Constitution. about Hillsdale's new CONSTITUTION 101 online course. R.R. Reno, editor of First Things, discusses his recent book…
 
Topics: Football safety, RESISTANCE (AT ALL COSTS), the art of rhetoric, & the dedication of Hillsdale's Christ Chapel.Scot Bertram talks with John J. Miller, director of Hillsdale's journalism program and author of THE BIG SCRUM about safety measure in the game of football. Kim Strassel joins the show to discuss her latest book RESISTANCE (AT ALL …
 
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