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Unions vs. Property, Employer, Workmen, and Public Rights — Joseph F. Smith

Prophet Statesmen, Joseph F. Smith Excerpt from a 1903 article written by Joseph F. Smith in The Millennial Star, Volume 65, p. 418. There are three...

The American Crisis Vb — Thomas Paine

Liberty Letters, March 21, 1778, Thomas Paine To The Inhabitants Of America WITH all the pleasure with which a man exchanges bad company for good, I...

With Dignity and Christian Love — Martin Luther King, Jr.

American Minute with Bill Federer On DECEMBER 31, 1955, Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, and founder...

The Great Depression According to Milton Friedman — Ivan Pongracic Jr.

Free Enterprise Zone, The Freeman, Ivan Pongracic Jr. Few events in U.S. history can rival the Great Depression for its impact. The period from 1929...

No Life Without God — Robert D. Hales

A Way of Life, Robert D. Hales Excerpt from Robert D. Hales October 2009 General Conference address, Seeking to Know God Our Eternal Father, and...

About Those Death Panels — William L. Anderson

Free Enterprise Zone, The Freeman, William L. Anderson It seems inevitable that the government will grab the remains of “private” medical care, so I will...

Opening Verse, Opening Page of Endless Possibilities — Rudyard Kipling

American Minute with Bill Federer "Oh, East is East, and West is West, And never the twain shall meet, Till earth and sky stand presently,...

The American Crisis V — Thomas Paine

Liberty Letters, 1777, Thomas Paine To General Sir William Howe TO argue with a man who has renounced the use and authority of reason, and...

Rich Rewards to Strenuous Strugglers — Jorge F. Zeballos

A Way of Life, Jorge F. Zeballos Excerpt from Jorge F. Zeballos' October 2009 General Conference address, Attempting the Impossible. he Lord has said, “Therefore, O...

The Public Be Damned — Alan Caruba

By Alan Caruba The most dangerous political trend of 2009 has been the disdain for public opinion that has manifested itself in the White House...

China Selling Us the Rope to Hang Us — Schlafly

Liberty Alerts, Phyllis Schlafly On the eve of a visit to the United States in October by Communist China's No. 2 ranking military officer, Gen....

Illegal Alien Says Drug Sentence Too Cruel

Liberty Alerts, Judicial Watch A thrice-convicted illegal immigrant drug dealer long protected by a sanctuary state is frantically trying to evade a life prison sentence...

Hold Up the Standard of Truth — Orson F. Whitney

Prophet Statesmen, Orson F. Whitney Excerpt from Orson F. Whitney's General Conference address, April 1915 p. 100. We cannot safely substitute anything for the Gospel....

The American Crisis IV — Thomas Paine

Liberty Letters, Sept. 12 1777, Thomas Paine THOSE who expect to reap the blessings of freedom, must, like men, undergo the fatigues of supporting it....

Hanukkah At The White House

American Minute with Bill Federer The first President to light the National Menorah, Jimmy Carter, speaking of hostages held by Islamic terrorists in Iran, 1979,...

The Bigger They Are — Alan Caruba

by Alan Caruba The phrase, “The bigger they are, the harder they fall” comes from the world of boxing, but it applies increasingly to government. Americans...

Stinking Chinese Drywall — Phyllis Schlafly

Free Enterprise Zone, Phyllis Schlafly The use of Chinese-made drywall in new home construction has escalated into an international scandal. Thousands of homeowners bought new...

Napolitano Touts Air Safety After Bomb Attempt

Liberty Alerts, Judicial Watch After shamelessly touting the success of the aviation security system that let an al Qaeda terrorist smuggle explosives onto a U.S....

Tis the Season to be Bigoted — Phil Brennan

Perspectives With Phil Brennan Informed Views from Outside the Beltway Once upon a time, a long, long time ago, most Americans recognized that Christmas is what...

The Man Who Didn't Grow In Office — Lawrence Reed

Free Enterprise Zone, The Freeman, Lawrence W. Reed Seven miles north of Escanaba in Michi­gan’s Upper Peninsula sits a little town with a very big...