Category: Liberty

The Cowboy Spirit

There are two Americas.  And yes, it is possible to live in one and not even know the other exists thanks to the plethora of niche media.  Since the middle of the last century, from both  domestic and international perspectives, there…

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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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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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There Are No Absolutes in A Delusional World

Like anything Christian, biblical rooted morality has been updated to appease the secular world. Nothing short of 100% compliance for gender fluidity, homosexuality, pedophilia, multiculturalism, ad nauseam will be tolerated. There are no absolutes so any excess, any indulgence, any…

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Character Matters

Instead of accepting the notion that society is falling far short of the biblical standard, society has decided to just change the standard – that way no one is at fault. Regardless of what the left preaches, any society without…

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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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Your Rights As A Juror

When this nation was founded, the jury system was made a part of our system of government. This was done for one main reason: because the Founders did not trust judges, prosecutors, investigators, and other officials to administer justice. The…

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Understanding The Constitution

To understand the extent of federal power, you must first understand what type of government the Constitution created. During the Philadelphia Convention, many framers favored a strong national government. In fact, James Madison even proposed a federal veto on state…

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The Left Goes After Religious Liberty

“The freedom to worship is one of our nation’s most fundamental rights.  That First Amendment guarantee should never be used to undermine other Americans’ civil rights or subject them to discrimination on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, or…

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Freedom and Guns

By Judge Andrew P. Napolitano The right of the people to keep and bear arms is an extension of the natural right to self-defense and a hallmark of personal sovereignty. It is specifically insulated from governmental interference by the Constitution…

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The Battle of Athens: Restoring the Rule of Law

Obama, his administration, and Socialist Democrats today are repeating history, but instead of the corruption being isolated to one county, they have taken it nationwide. McMinn County, Tennessee. In the 1930’s the wealthy Cantrell family took control and essentially the county. The Cantrell’s were…

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Q – We Are The Plan

This is not fantasy. They just made us think it is. ALERT! Everything is a lie. We were about to go down the toilet and then were miraculously saved – all while we were focused on everything but what is…

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George Washington’s Warning to America

George Washington envisioned an America where people of all faiths could enjoy peace. He wrote to the synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island (8/14/1790): “May the children of the Stock of Abraham, who dwell in this land, continue to merit and…

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Governing By Scientific Pretense

“Arrogance and Intolerance in the name of superior expertise are antithetical to popular governance and the requirements of honest argument. But that hasn’t stopped them from becoming a central feature of our political life.” Angelo Codevilla Obama said in 2009: “we…

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