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This week we talk about another piece of semi-depressing but highly educational subject matter: Medicare and Medicaid. Tune in to hear Jillian's stolen memory device for remembering the difference between the programs, Garrett talk about Canada, and discussion about this long-standing, nuanced issue.…
 
Join tour guide Abigail in Israel as we continue our exciting adventure in Tel Dan. We'll head to the spot where the Tel Dan Stele was found. It's a significant slab of stone with an Aramaic inscription that mentions the "House of David," thus providing the only extra-biblical evidence for King David from the Bible. We'll also make a brief stop at …
 
In their first episode of the new year, Joe and Kendale catch up on the news of Kevin McCarthy's run for Speaker of the House, and discuss new details on the classified documents scandal. They finish the episode by discussing Nikki Haley's possible candidacy for President in 2024.De către Student Content
 
Are professional athletes the next political activists? Why are our favorite sports arenas turning into a political battle ground? On this week’s episode of Fact of Life, Chloe Noller and Mattie Grace Watson discuss the increasingly politicized nature of sports and why we should be doing everything in our power to stop this progression.…
 
This week Jillian and Garrett discuss the national debt, and the mood of the episode expectedly dips after Jillian realizes how hopeless it all looks. Tune in to hear the gems of optimism throughout the episode including Garrett's trip to Frankenmuth, Jillian's analogy between Garrett and Gaston, and Garrett's fun comparison between the debt and ot…
 
Join tour guide Abigail for an exciting adventure in Tel Dan, often considered to be the northern border of Israel. We'll explore the history of Dan, enjoy a beautiful walk through nature, and see the alternate temple Rehoboam erected at Dan in disobedience to God. But the highlight of the tour is a stop at Abraham's gate—a 4000-year-old gate (also…
 
In this first episode, host Nate Privitt highlights one of the 19th century's most prominent philosopher: Friedrich Nietzsche. Explaining his roots in Lutheran ministry that ultimate led to his steadfast atheism, Nate informs the audience what made Nietzsche's work so important to later writers and why he matters in today's world.…
 
Radio Free Hillsdale's Abigail Snyder interviews Holly DeJong of Alliance Defending Freedom, the world's largest legal organization protecting fundamental and God-given freedoms for all. Following her graduation from Calvin College (now Calvin University) in 2016, Holly worked for PBS before transitioning to her current role as ADF's social media m…
 
On this episode of Take Note, Matt and Josiah take notes on the melancholic music of Adele. With a small aside on their favorite word of the day, these two take a brief look at Adele's history, why she writes so much sad music, and the power of her voice. In listening to two different more obscure pieces of her music, Matt and Josiah figure out wha…
 
Joe and Kendale are joined by Hillsdale college student, Paul Marchitti. The trio discuss developments in California's slavery reparation plans, the newly released "Twitter Files," and potentially end their career in broadcasting by talking about Kanye's newest anti-sematic remarks.De către Student Content
 
Radio Free Hillsdale's Garrett Goolsby interviews Stella Morabito on her new book, "The Weaponization of Loneliness: How Tyrants Stoke Our Fear of Isolation to Silence, Divide, and Conquer." Stella has been a senior contributor to The Federalist since 2014 and served for a decade as an analyst at the Central Intelligence Agency. Her new book explai…
 
On December 9, 1990, Lech Walesa was elected president of the new government of Poland which replaced the collapsing Soviet Union. His election was the culmination of a long policy of Polish revolution which focused not on parties, mass movements, or even personalities, but on the individual. As Vaclav Havel said: “simply straighten your backbone a…
 
Our hosts Josiah and Matt take the listener through a journey of the '70s' classic band ABBA. They discuss ABBA's legacy from their songs, the movie Mamma Mia!, and a new resurgence on Tik Tok. In listening to "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" and "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)," the pair give a brief history and explanation of what made…
 
Should teachers be allowed to possess guns on campus? Is it time to harden school campuses? Was the 2nd amendment even intended for regular citizens or was it just the “militia?” Answer these tough questions with college freshmen Chloe Noller and Mattie Grace Watson on today's segment of Fact of Life.…
 
Jillian Parks of Radio Free Hillsdale interviews Kathryn Wales and Hillsdale Academy students concerning their upcoming presentation of “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller. Hillsdale Academy will perform this play on December 1 and 3, 2022 at the Dawn Theater in downtown Hillsdale.De către Student Content
 
Moby Dick is a fantastic story of a half-crazed captain and a whale with a vendetta - so fantastical that it would have to be based on reality. And it was. On November 20, 1820 the whaling ship the Essex was sunk more than a thousand miles off the coast of South America by a large sperm whale. The harrowing tale of survival inspired Herman Melville…
 
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