A Model of Leadership Education, Part 8: The Campus

The Campus “He believed the sky had a moral function, and that contemplating it induced wonder, a sense of possibility without limit, and inspiration.” An Education for Our Time – Josiah Bunting   Environment The last but not necessarily the least important ingredient to building statesmen is the atmosphere of the campus.  The...

Free Enterprise, Part One: The Future Economy

The American Dream America was established on the hope of relief from political and religious tyranny. Over time it became the bastion of liberty founded on the principles of limited government, freedom of religion and Free Enterprise.  About a hundred years ago with the advent of widespread use of the business...

A Model of Leadership Education, Part 6: An Abundance Mentality

This is part 6 of an 8-part article. Read Part 1 Here Read Part 2 Here Read Part 3 Here Read Part 4 Here Read Part 5 Here Building Your Two Towers At regular intervals during undergraduate enrollment, a mentor takes time to talk about the future.  What will you be doing after graduation?  What is your...

A Model of Leadership Education, Part 5: The Proposal

This is part 5 of an 8-part article. Read Part 1 Here Read Part 2 Here Read Part 3 Here Read Part 4 Here   The Monticello College Proposal The day will again come when this nation will stand at a vital crossroads, and only statesmen of the caliber of Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln will be able...