Category: History

Liberty Requires Resistance to Tyranny

The modern roots of individual rights and freedoms are founded in Biblical Christianity which has been historically recognized as the foundation for the development of both the rule of law and democratic institutions in the Western world.    A visible…

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Exactly How Stupid Do You Have To Be?

Way down south in Venezuela, they’ve eaten their cats and dogs—and the animals in the zoo. In North Korea, I’ve heard they’re eating one another. And in Sweden (as in much of Europe) hostile barbarian savages are eating Western Civilization…

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At What Point Does Paranoia Become Prudence?

Most minorities have some form of “family voice,” be it a radio station or published periodical. The purpose of these minority media, aside from social news, is to inform group members of concerns, dangers, and threats. Sometimes, these closed media…

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Rewriting History

“There is nothing new in the story. It is as old as the sibylline books. It falls into that long, dismal catalogue of the fruitlessness of experience and the confirmed unteachability of mankind.   Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when…

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The Push To Isolate Israel

One has to ask why are so many grandchildren of Nazis and Nazi collaborators once again declaring war on the Jews? Why are we seeing an increase in anti-Semitism and irrationally virulent anti-Zionism in Western Europe? According to Alan Dershowitz,…

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The Lock on the Chain

Many of us have heard of the Constitution of the United States referred to as “The chains that bind government.” Those “chains” have a “lock”. Unfortunately, those with intent to unlock this lock have had such great success that few…

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Wouldn’t It Be Nice? The Rule of Law….

Has it ever struck you as a little odd that in a country with a Thirteenth Amendment that outlaws “involuntary servitude of any kind”,there’s also a “Selective Service” system that forces men, on pain of imprisonment or death, to join…

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Celebrate The Bill of Rights Every Day

December 15, 1791 marks the most momentous day in human history. On that day, the first ten amendments to the then-new United States Constitution were ratified, placing severe limits — for the first time in in thousands of years —…

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“BEING NECESSARY …

It’s likely that no sentence has ever received as much scrutiny as the twenty-seven words of the Second Amendment, one of the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution, collectively known as the Bill of Rights and, as such,…

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The Gun Culture’s Dirty Little Secret

Does the United States Constitution mean what it says? Does it say what it means? Was it written as some kind of obscure code that can only be interpreted into English by individuals with special education and credentials? Or was…

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Without Moral Certainty Freedom is Lost

“Our free civilization was built upon the moral certainty that there exists in the scheme of life a great ideal of ‘right action,’ a Natural Law of proportion and sanity that permeates existence,’ an order in the universe which [we]…

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Family Bonds

Alexis de Tocqueville once wrote that an American will build a house in which to pass his old age and sell it before the roof is on; he will plant a garden and abandon it just as the trees are…

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