Paul Moreno

Dr. Paul Moreno is professor of history and dean of social sciences at Hillsdale College.

A Constitutional Double-Standard on Minorities — How Did We Get There?


Harvard is being sued — and it’s all because of skim milk. Sound crazy? Perhaps — but no less insane than the logic that dominates today’s elite campuses. What Harvard — and the left — call “affirmative action,” the Justice Department calls “discrimination,” specifically in this case against Asian Americans. The agency is considering joining […]

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The Rise and Fall — and Rise Again — of the National Pastime


Now that the baseball season has ended with a stunning victory by the Astros, two things are obvious. One — baseball is beginning to make a comeback. As NFL rating continue to plummet, more and more viewers are rediscovering our national pastime as an alternative to football. For the second year in a row, the World […]

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The Progressives’ Deportation U-Turn


The goals have changed under Obama, but the methods remain anti-constitutional. The Obama administration was in the Supreme Court recently, defending the president’s discretionary power to suspend the law concerning the deportation of aliens in the country illegally. Solicitude for illegal immigrants has become a hallmark of contemporary progressivism, but a century ago the founders […]

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The Declaration of Independence: Vindication and Defeat


Something we ought to consider in the controversy over the Confederate (battle) flag: The United States defeated the Confederacy on the battlefield, but eventually gave in to the political principles that the Confederacy stood for. In the years leading up to and through the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln called upon the American people to rededicate […]

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