A Different Kind of Hope and Change

As America appears to edge ever closer to a disastrous economic tipping point -- defined as the point at which the majority becomes dependent on the government -- we find ourselves wondering if the downhill slide is inevitable and irreversible.  What hope can we grasp to change course and return to the foundations that once made our nation great? Standing out in an array of numerous dismal headlines this season, this month's Imprimis, a publication of Hillsdale College, proclaims the hope found in "The Unity and Beauty of the Declaration and the Constitution."  In the Imprimis, Dr. Larry Arnn, Hillsdale's president, in his interview by Peter Robinson of the Hoover Institution, explained the significance of the Declaration of Independence: that "there had never been anything like it in history; that its writers, 'hunted' men, pledged their lives in a way 'people talk on a battlefield when they are ready to die for each other;' and that the document radically overturned 'a way...(Read Full Article)