Ronald Reagan’s legacy will likely withstand revisionist assaults, but its survival won’t be accidental. Lee Wishing, Dr. Paul Kengor and a merry band of scholarly defenders at the Center for Vision & Values is guarding Reagan’s true contribution to freedom and the American ideal with intellectual rigor and good cheer.

But V&V’s ambitions aren’t limited to advancing the life’s work of the 40th president. They’ve enlisted for the full fight – defending the foundations of the whole country, brick by brick. From the ideals, intent and work product of the Founders to the character of present day citizens and leaders, Grove City College’s muscular think tank is the vanguard for what it calls “The Exceptional America.”

Churchill Strategies is grateful for our ongoing relationship with this indispensable institution. We consider a true privilege to be the creative arm of their mission of delivering a scholarly defense of America’s grand history and providential purpose.

We invite you to visit two of our recent projects for the Center for Vision & Values here:

“Winston Churchill wanted England to advance its air power during World War I. Arguing the merit of developing a strong air force, he told the House of Commons, ‘This truth is incontrovertible. Panic may resent it, ignorance may deride it, malice may distort it, but there it is.’ Likewise, developing air power in another form — marketing ideas and concepts — is mission critical to our organizational success. Churchill Strategies values the truths we find valuable — our core values — and they have impressed us mightily as they swiftly apply their creative skills to advance our work in the marketplace of ideas. The truth is our air power is stronger today because of Churchill Strategies — and we know they’re working to make us even stronger tomorrow.”

Lee S. Wishing, III, administrative director of The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College