Private property rights are front-and-center in the Bible.
Reflections on Life & Liberty
So much time is spent "in the fight" that it is easy to forget what we are supposed to be fighting for. To answer that, join Michael Quinn Sullivan each week as he puts the continuing fight for life and liberty in historical, biblical, and personal context.
In the real world, a deal is only as good as the tangible results.
When we’re making excuses for politicians, we’re subjects and not citizens.
Texas shouldn’t have been, yet here we are.
If you received William Travis’ 1836 letter from the Alamo, how would you respond?
Liberty does not happen by accident.
There is an unfortunate trend in politics for voters not to believe who the incumbents really are, even when the politician shows then.
When your enemies are complaining about how powerful you are, don’t interrupt them.
The Nazis’ atrocities are made all the more horrific with the knowledge we’re all capable of such horror.
The more we struggle to ignore Jesus, the more central He becomes.
Texas needs to stop rewarding people who choose not to work.
Politicians need to remember who their boss is.
You are not alone in the fight for liberty!
A Christmas hymn that actually captures the meaning of the season.
We must stop voting as if we’re judges in a talent show; we’re trying to save the republic.
Our Founding Fathers understood citizens must be able to expose government malfeasance, criticize public policy, and publicly identify corruption.
Language defines our world and shapes our actions.
We must shrug the vestiges of socialism if we are truly thankful for liberty.
If we want to be praying for the leadership of our nation, we need to be praying for our fellow citizens.
The need for political accountability never ends.
For too long, too many of us have been lulled to civic sleep or pointed in the wrong direction.
Conservatives have been doing way too much settling for the low-bar results tepidly offered by our civic clerks.
Despite the odds, despite the peril, despite the risk, we must keep fighting.
If we want to be honorable men, we must behave honorably.
“Be Prepared” is the well-known motto of the Boy Scouts of America. It’s also a pretty good admonition for successful living.
Every excuse to stop, is a reason to keep pressing forward!
We must be faithful to do what’s right, regardless of the consequences.
There is nothing safe or comfortable about fighting for the soul of our republic.
As citizens, we have failed to inspire sufficient fear in our elected servants.
There is no problem created by government, that government cannot make much worse.
Our system was designed to attract people-pleasers to office.
Science is making it hard to be an atheist.
Your republic needs you to be an engaged citizen!
Too many people have gotten comfortable being angry on the couch.
Unhinged from moral moorings, even the blessing of self-governance can be a curse.
Facts keep intruding on the carefully constructed disbelief of the fallen world.