Do you agree with Cicero on the importance of studying history?
Do you think Tocqueville’s statement still holds true in modern America?
In the following clip, Dr. Pestritto discusses how regulatory power in America is split between two lawmaking bodies: the Administrative state and the courts:

The Rise of a New Ruling Aristocracy
Lecture 4 in the new “American Heritage” series is now available! Dr. Rahe discusses the American Founding and what makes it unique:

The American Founding
Dr. Pestritto discusses the ways in which Congress operates outside of its constitutional responsibilities in this clip:

Congress Itself is in Breach of the Constitution
Ronald Reagan made this statement in his First Inaugural Address:
Do you agree with Abraham Lincoln? Why or why not?
What is the relationship between the Enlightenment and the Great Awakening? Dr. Rahe answers this question in the third lecture for the new "American Heritage" online course, available now!

Enlightenment and the Great Awakening
Dr. Arnn points out what may be a little known power of Congress to check the power of the Supreme Court in the following clip:

A Little-Known Congressional Check on the Supreme Court’s Power
A common expression among historians is that the Allies won [World War I] but lost the peace. Does this expression apply to the peace between World War II and the Cold War? Dr. Conner and John Miller consider this idea in the following clip:

What Happened to the Peace After WWII?
Churchill weighed the consequences of modern war in his last major speech in the House of Commons:

Churchill and the "Wizard War," Part 2 - The Churchill Project -...
Dr. Wolfram explains the Great Recession in three minutes: [ Link ]
Margaret Thatcher delivered the fourth speech to Congress by a British prime minister: [ Link ]
What is John Winthrop’s understanding of liberty? Dr. Gaetano answers this question in his “Colonial Settlement” lecture, the second installment of the new “American Heritage” online course:

Colonial Settlement
Can ending the administrative state end gridlock in Washington? Dr. Pestritto discusses this question in the following clip:

The Administrative State
Why study the U.S. Supreme Court? Dr. Arnn discusses the principle of judicial review:

Judicial Review
Join us tonight at 8 ET to hear from Patrick McGilligan on the life and times of Orson Welles.

CCA IV: Films of Orson Welles
How does a free market economy relate to the American Founding and the preservation of a free society? Dr. Arnn answers this question in the first lecture of the “Economics 101” course:

Free Market Economics and the American Founding
How did Woodrow Wilson’s view of government differ from the Founders?

Woodrow Wilson and the Rejection of the Founders’ Principles
Churchill displayed a powerful willingness to serve his country, even in the face of personal tragedy. Richard Langworth discusses his character and sense of duty:

Churchill's Charater: Sense of Duty