HH: It is that last radio hour of the week. Even in a week as full of news ten days after an election as consequential as this, we always go back to the big ideas and the big books with Dr. Larry Arnn, president of Hillsdale College as we do the Hillsdale Dialogue. All of the Hillsdale Dialogues are collected at www.hughforhillsdale.com going back four-plus years now, www.hughforhillsdale.com. Everything Hillsdale is organized, collated and made very easily accessible at www.hillsdale.edu, including your free subscription, free, I emphasize free, to Imprimis, the speech digest that lights up millions of mailboxes every month as Hillsdale provides you with the very best reading material. All you have to do is sign up for it. That’s part of the mission of the university, the lighthouse of the north, the lantern of the north, I call it. And all of their free online courses, also at www.hillsdale.edu, and you will be needing some of them, given the arrival of President-Elect Trump on the scene. Dr. Arnn, you did my first hour today. You took time off. You came back. I appreciate it very much. We are talking about C.S. Lewis’ That Hideous Strength. But I neglected to mention in the first hour, and I’ve got to do it or people will be mad at me. Rush Limbaugh lit up my emails two days ago when he said that you were going to be the Secretary of Education. And I don’t expect you to comment on this, but I do want to say, it’s going to create a hell of a lot of work for me if this happens. I’m going to have to recut all the old Hillsdale Dialogues and play them in this hour. Now that’s good, because that audience has never heard them. But are you giving any thought to poor Mr. Bultitude in the other room there who’s got to do all the work?