What happens when people – who have rejected God – demand strong leaders? Spoiler: it doesn’t work so well.
Americans believed themselves to be a self-governing people long before 1776.
It is one thing to let your opponents handle your marketing, it is something else to let them define your agenda. Republicans have allowed Democrats to do both.
It is up to us to control our attitude, outlook, and reaction to our circumstances.
After ditching God and the system of self-governance He gave them, the Israelites suffered. Let’s not make the same mistake.
It is easier to enjoy a beer and burger in the backyard this weekend than to reflect on the sacrifices made on our behalf.
The Old Testament’s Gideon provides a cautionary tale.
If it feels like liberty is dying, and our republic is waning, it is because we’ve stopped caring about either.
As a self-governing people, our job is not to curse the surrounding darkness but to build a better and brighter light for the future.
It’s not over-priced hammers or frivolous trips that drive government spending; bad ideas about government is the problem.
Liberty isn’t achieved in timid nibbles, but through bold actions.
Modern taxation is not the price of civilized society; it is the cost of betraying our heritage of self-governance.
Politicians don’t like informed taxpayers. They don’t like citizens keeping score. Too bad.
“I feel that by defending our rights, our God-given rights through the Constitution, doing that is one of the greatest single efforts that we can do.”
Socialists, progressives, communists, and Marxists are the flat-earthers of political and economic thought. They are not intellectuals sincerely seeking truth; they are the fall-guys in a long, deadly, sick joke.
A man cannot be publicly virtuous and privately scandalous.
Depending on your perspective, campaigns either try to convert political volume into a mass of support through messaging, or use the volume of messaging to conceal their lack of mass.
Whatever bad things one has to say about school boards are more appropriately directed at the citizens who elect them… or ignore them.
The Holocaust reminds us that when one abandons God and His precepts, when one looks to government as the savior, a cult of death and destruction is but a step away.
Just as we go to great lengths to preserve the original copy of the Constitution, so the people at Qumran wanted to preserve the written fundamentals of their faith.
It’s easy to forget that great things take time.
To experience the joy of Christmas, we must look ahead to the empty tomb.
The most ensnaring shackle isn’t necessarily a physical one placed on wrists and ankles, but the choice some make to perceive the world as a slave.
Everyone can – and must – be a fighter in the cause of liberty.
If liberty is to die here, that death will have been preceded by whimpers of ecclesiastical acquiescence.