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Dr. Matthew Spalding of the Kirby Center’s Hillsdale Dialogue on Immigration and Tax Reform

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HH: That music means it is the last radio hour of the week. That means it’s time for the Hillsdale Dialogue, our weekly journey into the highest issues and the most important things in the West done with someone from Hillsdale College, www.hillsdale.edu for all things Hillsdale. Usually, Dr. Larry Arnn, the president of Hillsdale College joins me. Sometimes, one of his colleagues on the faculty in Michigan, and sometimes Dr. Matthew Spalding, head of the Kirby Center in Washington, D.C, and that is one of those weeks this week. Dr. Spalding is back from the Kirby Center. All things Hillsdale at www.hillsdale.edu, and all of my previous dialogues are collected at www.hughforhillsdale.com. Matt Spalding, good morning and a happy Friday to you, November the 3rd.

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Dr. Matthew Spalding’s Hillsdale Dialogue on Tax Reform Prospects in the Congress

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HH: It is the last radio hour of the week. That means it is time for the Hillsdale Dialogue. Each week at this time, I am joined by Dr. Larry Arnn, president of Hillsdale College, or one of his colleagues. Today, Dr. Matthew Spalding, who leads the Kirby Center in the shadow of the Capitol, Hillsdale’s flagship in Washington, D.C. All things Hillsdale are available at www.hillsdale.edu. Every one of my Hillsdale Dialogues going back to 2013 are available at www.hughforhillsdale.com. Matt Spalding, welcome back, good to talk to you.

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Dr. Larry Arnn’s Hillsdale Dialogue on the President’s Heritage Foundation Address

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HH: I am joined by Dr. Larry Arnn, because it’s the last radio hour of the week. That means it’s time for the Hillsdale Dialogue. All things Hillsdale are available at www.hillsdale.edu. The Hillsdale Dialogues, which we’ve been conducting since 2013, are available at www.hughforhillsdale.com. And we’ll be back in Article I in two weeks of the Constitution. But this week and next, the President has been to the Heritage Foundation, and we want to focus on what the President had to say, because Dr. Arnn has a long and productive relationship with the Heritage Foundation. How long have you been on the board, Larry Arnn?

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Dr. Larry Arnn’s Hillsdale Dialogue on WH Chief of Staff John Kelly’s Press Conference and the Need for Filibuster Restoration to its Original Meaning

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HH: It is the last radio hour of the week, and that means it is time for a Hillsdale Dialogue with Dr. Larry Arnn, president of Hillsdale College, or one of his colleagues. This week, it is Dr. Arnn. We’ve been doing these since January of 2013. There are 225 Hillsdale Dialogues all collected at www.hillsdale.edu, or on Soundcloud. Most of them concern works of Western Civilization which endure. Some of them concern current events. A few of them, sports. I am angry with Dr. Arnn, because he jinxed the Indians as I left the Kirby Center in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday night. He came up to me on the curb, and no sooner had he engaged me in conversation than the Yankees went yard. So I think you bear the burden of another crushed season of Cleveland fans’ hopes, Dr. Arnn.

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Dr. Larry Arnn’s Hillsdale Dialogue on the 2nd Amendment

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HH: I’m delayed a little bit, because I’m trying to print off rapidly three different columns for this week’s Hillsdale Dialogue with Dr. Larry Arnn, president of Hillsdale College. Each week at this time, the last radio of the week, I sit down with Dr. Arnn or one of his colleagues, last week with Victor Davis Hanson, which was a remarkable conversation, much-remarked upon for VDH’s candor about the Never Trumpers. And we try and talk about something big, something long, something lasting, whether it’s Homer or these three columns, at least two of which, those not by me, will be lasting. Dr. Arnn, good morning to you.

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