Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – February 24, 2012 –
Harvard wouldn’t hold a candle to Hillsdale College. Hillsdale is for preserving our land and our nation. I’m unclear about the goals of Harvard. Hillsdale College does not accept, nor do the students accept money from government. Now, isn’t that refreshing! Our President, a Harvard product, in contrast, and our legislators, spend on a grand scale. Hillsdale College is definitely in favor of a constitution.. President Obama, a product of Harvard, a former professor, who taught courses on the constitution, is not a full fledged Constitutionalist. Hillsdale College is for limited government. President Obama, a Harvard product, is for a Marxist big government.
Now lets go into a little detail. President Obama, a Harvard product, don’t talk about classical thought. He does not talk about Cicero, Plato, Aristotle, Locke, et cetera. He does talk about spreading the wealth around. Hillsdale College does talk about classical thought. The classical thought concerns putting our land and our people in a safe place. A place where happiness is pursued in accordance with God and nature. President Obama, a Harvard product, seems to have conflicting ideas about religion, God, and pursuit of happiness. He doesn’t want to keep our people and our land, in a safe place, namely our constitution. Someone, who has spent twenty years as a member of Reverend Wright’s church, says kind things about Muslims and Islam, exhibits an uncertainty about God and religion.
President Obama says kind things about Occupy Wall Street. Hillsdale College is aware of this kind of this anti-constitutional thinking. Occupy Wall Street does not want to preserve our land and our people in a safe place, namely, the constitution.
Washington Journalism Internship and Washington-Hillsdale Internship Program in Washington, D.C.; Hillsdale College at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland; Hillsdale in Seville, Spain; Hillsdale College in Córdoba, Argentina; Hillsdale/Oxford program at Keble College, Oxford University; Hillsdale College/Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken, Germany; Hillsdale College Summer School in Würzburg, Germany; Hillsdale College at Regent’s College, London
Hillsdale College Kirby Center is in Washington DC.
Hillsdale College students have given their lives for our country. Harvard is not patriotic to my knowledge. July 4th patriotic celebrations create more Republicans, Harvard study warns
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A $25 order will get free shipping.
I’ve had Sanyo AA and AAA batteries for several months now, and I like them.
I’ve also noticed that they are a little larger in diameter than Energizer batteries.
I use them in my flashlight, mouse, camera, et cetera. They last a long time without recharging in the flashlight, mouse, and camera.
Tea Tree Oil
I purchased 1 oz. of Tea Tree oil for about $6.
Just a little dab, will do ya.
I had an ear canal infection about January 10. As of February 16, it’s completely cured.
Vitamin C is a natural antibiotic, and I used a lot of vitamin C during that time. I’m not talking pills, I’m talking clementine's, strawberries, broccoli, cauliflower, et cetera.
I used an ear syringe to flush out the ear canal, and I used hydrogen peroxide.
I put hydrogen peroxide soaked cotton balls inside my ear to prevent germs, etc. from getting onto my pillow and bed.
I was concerned about gangrene. If blood circulation is cut off, gangrene can result.
I also used “sweet oil” in my ear canal.
Getting back to Tea Tree Oil: They advertise that it is antibiotic, anti-fungus, and anti-virus. I applied it to various areas of my body, and it’s effective as far as I’m concerned.