Category: Liberty

Libertarianism is a Naive Ideology

It is true that Libertarians believe in liberty, private property and the Constitution, but their platform goes much deeper according to David Boaz in “Libertarianism: A Primer,”  and Charles Murray in “What It Means To Be A Libertarian.”  Libertarianism is…

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Progressive Communist Ideals

Progressivism is a reform movement that began in the late 19th century during which leading intellectuals and social reforms sought to address the economic, political, and cultural questions that had been brought about by the Industrial Revolution. It was a total…

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So Much Passion, So Little Mind

“There is a growing and disturbing trend of anti-intellectual elitism in American culture. It’s the dismissal of science, the arts, and humanities and their replacement by entertainment, self-righteousness, ignorance, and deliberate gullibility.” Ray Williams, Wired for Success Susan Jacoby, author…

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No Society Can Survive Ignorance

America’s decline has been an orchestrated event perpetrated at the highest levels of government.  Our rich heritage and history has been a thorn in the side of the left for many years, an impediment to their domination and control. In order to…

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The Noblest of Virtues

Be thankful that you don’t already have everything you desire. If you did, what would there be to look forward to? Be thankful when you don’t know something, for it gives you the opportunity to learn. Be thankful for the…

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The Intolerant Tolerant

“Christians and those rejecting the me-generation liberal dogma or ‘if it feels good do it,” are no longer tolerable by the intellectual and cultural elite…They command us to conform our thinking to their orthodoxy or else say nothing at all.” …

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Will It Be Sovereignty or Submission?

“In the next century (now), nations as we know it will be obsolete; all states will recognize a single global authority and realize national sovereignty wasn’t such a great deal after all.”   Strobe Talbott, Deputy Secretary of State under Bill…

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Freedom Demands Rational Ideology

For the first 125 years of history, America operated under the individualist ideology of laissez-faire capitalism with the principles of private property, equal rights under the law, and individual sovereignty, predominant throughout her culture. Today, most of the world operates…

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Virginia Was First

One year before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth and two years before the fabled Pilgrim’s feast, the first American Thanksgiving was held in Virginia at Berkeley Hundred, about twenty miles upstream from Jamestown on December 4, 1619, by thirty eight…

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Superman Complex

Progressives claim that society is steadily progressing, becoming smarter and smarter, and that old social mores are outdated and must constantly be replaced as people journey ever closer to perfection.   At least, that is what they claim.   But it’s not really…

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Raising The Standard

“God grants liberty only to those who love it, and are always ready to guard and defend it.”  Daniel Webster Loving, guarding, and defending liberty is the full-time responsibility of every American.   Unfortunately, not every American loves freedom enough to…

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Anti-Gunners, Dirty Tricks and Entrapment

  Some things in life are certain; bees buzz, cats meow, babies wet their pants, and the long nose of Mayor Bloomberg, which drips of self-righteousness, is stuck in every state’s business across the U.S. Instead of taking care of…

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How Tyranny Rises and Freedom Falls

  This is how tyranny rises and freedom falls. What characterizes American government today is not so much dysfunctional politics as it is ruthlessly contrived governance carried out behind the entertaining, distracting and disingenuous curtain of political theater. And what…

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Voting Is An Exercise in Moral Judgment

In an article at First Things, George Weigel wrote that the American political campaign has never been for the squeamish.  With the sole exceptions of George Washington’s two uncontested elections, every presidential campaign, every local and state election  has seen…

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A Nation In Rebellion

We confess our national sins and entreat Your forgiveness.  We confess our arrogance.  We confess our selfishness.  We confess we have broken and continue to break the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God.  We have rejected Your laws, embraced…

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