The Reason for our Troubles

The Reason for our Troubles

In his famous speech in 1862 at Philadelphia’s National Hall, Frederick Douglas stated, “that nations, not less individuals, are subjects to the moral government of the universe and that. Persistent transgressions of the laws of this Devine (United States) government...
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Public Safety and Individual Responsivity

Public Safety and Individual Responsivity

In 1998, Peter Bernstein wrote a book entitled THE REMARKABLE HISTORY OF RISK. It was part mathematics, part history and part psychology. The basic takeaway for me was twofold: 1. That risk is individual and based on experience and information...
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Sleepy Joe and Aaron Burr

Sleepy Joe and Aaron Burr

I am flattered that I have received so many e-mails regarding my article last week about HOMICIDE OR SUICIDE pointing out that the margin of victory for Joe Biden in 4 key States was less than the votes received by...
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Affection and Respect

Affection and Respect

Jason Whitlock is a giant in the field of sports broadcasting. Because he is a Black Man with a conservative point of view, he was fired from Fox Sports. He has now become the head of his own broadcasting company...
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Democrat Party – Still the Party of Racism

Democrat Party – Still the Party of Racism

Systemic Racism is Very Real – But It Is Not What the Left Says It Is The Democrat party did not suddenly metamorphize from being the party of racists to a party of black salvation. They simply changed their tactics....
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‘American Sheeple’ — The Fleecing of America

‘American Sheeple’ — The Fleecing of America

While there are many conspiracy theories popping up these days in relation to the covid19 crisis I think the real problem is how the American people have reacted like a bunch of sheeple following federal and state government orders to...
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The American Crisis – March 2020

The American Crisis – March 2020

For some time, I have wondered where to begin when it comes to understanding what is going on or at least what ought to be going on. Ultimately, it comes down to returning to the foundation of government-what the proper...
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Our country is at a crossroads

Our country is at a crossroads

The Book of Revelations describes a “war in Heaven,” wherein “the dragon was cast out,” and has waged war for the souls of God’s children since that time. For those of us who accept the Bible as God’s word, we...
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From Natural Law to Liberty to Capitalism

From Natural Law to Liberty to Capitalism

Over the past 20 years, much of the defense of liberty has centered on its empiric success, rather than on the morality of economic and political systems whose very foundations rest on concepts of liberty. The people who we traditionally...
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Our Moral Divide and the Natural Law

Our Moral Divide and the Natural Law

Our American people are more divided today by moral philosophy and politics than they have been at any other time including the civil war. Both sides of the political spectrum know what they believe, but cares little about what those...
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President’s Day

President’s Day

Rabbi Meir Soloveichik has suggested in several of his writings that when Abraham Lincoln referred to The American People as “the almost chosen People” in his second inaugural address in 1865, he gave us both an insight into the values...
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The Initiative Process Furthers the Progressive Goal of Direct Democracy

The Initiative Process Furthers the Progressive Goal of Direct Democracy

“The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.” It may not have been Winston Churchill who said it, but that does not make it any less accurate. We have received myriad warnings against democracy from...
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