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Rolling Stone cover screw-up...

Rolling Stone put John  Hancock’s signature  on the Constitution it placed on the back of Julia Louis-Dreyfus for its new cover.   I doubt the actress knew he didn’t sign it,  and the magazine certainly didn’t care,  coming up with a series of lame excuses for its stupidity.   32 more words

Happy Birthday TJ!

That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. 124 more words

TODAY'S HOLIDAY: JEFFERSON'S BIRTHDAY

Jefferson’s Birthday

Unique among American presidents, Thomas Jefferson(1743-1826) was not only a statesman but a scholar, linguist, writer, philosopher, political theorist, architect, engineer, and farmer. 73 more words

"No, Asshole, You’re Totally Wrong": What Plantation Is Jim DeMint Living On?

I once had this idea for a play about God, a comedy, in which the audience would be introduced to a series of casuists and charlatans and braggarts and bloviators, and they’d be carrying on, lecturing away on topics large and small with serene self-confidence. 1,275 more words

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History: Sin vs. Faith in God, Liberty

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Consequences of a Refusal to Recognize Our Creator

by Connor Boyack

Can an ungodly society be a free society? Those who do not accept the yoke of Christ, as is readily evident, are led to bear the yoke of Caesar.

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A Libertarian Response to '35 Founding Father Quotes'

This morning, my mother-in-law wrote a heartfelt response to “35 Founding Father Quotes Conservative Christians Will Hate.” This prompted me to read the article for myself and craft my own response.   1,010 more words

“Not in Memoriam, But in Affirmation: Mel Bradford’s Scholarly Legacy at 20, Part 2,” By Sean Busick and H. Lee Cheek

The following essay was authored by H. Lee Cheek and Sean Busick, and it is republished here with permission from The Imaginative Conservative. Please also consider… 1,513 more words

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