HH: It is the last radio hour of the week on a day of incredible importance, Game three of the World Series tonight in Chicago. Josh Tomlin, the little cowboy, will take the mound. I am joined by Dr. Larry Arnn, who in addition to being the president of Hillsdale College, my interlocutor on these, the Hillsdale Dialogues, and you can find out everything about Hillsdale College at www.hillsdale.edu, and everything about the Hillsdale Dialogues, which are four years now in their breadth and depth at www.hughforhillsdale.com. Binge listen your way through Western Civilization. Dr. Arnn is not only those things, and the leader of a great seminar on totalitarianism, he is a baseball man and as previously revealed, he is an Indians fan. And I believe that you have been enjoying my David Axelrod bipartisan baseball balm moments. It’s a good thing that we have sport, isn’t it, that we can agree on? Didn’t the Greeks lay down their endless wars at least for a period of time in the ancient days to partake in sport, Dr. Arnn?