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America—Exceptional, Not Nationalist

Dr. Daniel Spanjer, The Center for Vision & Values Some of the liberal criticism of President Donald Trump since his election stems from an intellectual...

National Law of the Harvest

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL There is a Christian Church in America that contends, as did many of our Christian forefathers, that America "is a...

The Body of Liberties—1641

Background of the American Revolution In December, 1641, the Puritans pass the first code of law in New England. This session continued three weeks, and established...

Truth and Right Invariably the Same—John Adams

THEY WERE BELIEVERS, JOHN ADAMS Nature and truth, or rather truth and right are invariably the same in all times and in all places; and...

Family: The Most Important Organization in Time or Eternity

CALLED UNTO LIBERTY 20TH CENTURY SERMONS, JOSEPH FIELDING SMITH To all the families in Israel we say: The family is the most important organization in...

What Shall Be Prohibited?

LEONARD READ, THE FREEMAN How misled we often are when judging people by first appear­ances! To dramatize the fact that what meets the eye is...

Aristotle: Injustice is more dangerous when armed

Daily Dabble in the Classics, Aristotle Man, when perfected, is the best of animals; but when isolated he is the worst of all; for injustice...

Roger Williams: As to Liberty and Its Counterfeit, License

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Editor's Introduction: In January of 1655, while Roger Williams was serving as President of the Town of Providence (Rhode Island),...

John Foster Dulles, Secretary of State

American Minute with Bill Federer Our institutions reflect the belief of our founders that all men were endowed by their Creator with inalienable rights... They believed...

Adler on Sin

by Mortimer J. Adler, Ph.D. Question: I know that it is wrong to steal, to lie, to murder. What does it add to my sense...

Man's Origin and Destiny In God — John Foster Dulles

Man, we read in the Holy Scriptures, was made a little lower than the angels. Should man now be made little higher than domesticated animals which serve the purpose of their human masters? -- John Foster Dulles

Man’s Origin and Destiny In God — John Foster Dulles

Man, we read in the Holy Scriptures, was made a little lower than the angels. Should man now be made little higher than domesticated animals which serve the purpose of their human masters? -- John Foster Dulles