Those ignorant of history are doomed to repeat it. “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or […]
By Todd Starnes The US Army has forgotten that Christians have rights, too. The U.S. military reportedly ordered soldiers to remove a cross and a steeple from atop a chapel and to board up cross-shaped windows at a remote American forward operating base in Afghanistan. The removal of Christian symbols from the chapel at Forward […]
by Clayton E. Cramer When you arm the victims of crime and oppression, they stop being victims. From Firearms and Liberty Website. Copyright 1993 Clayton E. Cramer All Rights Reserved. Electronic redistribution is permitted as long as no alterations are made to the text and this notice appears at the beginning. Print reproduction or for […]
And now a word from Col. Jeff Cooper It is an uphill struggle, but I wish that we could distinguish more carefully between freedom and liberty. These conditions are not the same, though they are certainly related.
by Archbishop Dmitri of Dallas and the South (of Blessed Memory) People generally use the word freedom in order to describe two things: the first and perhaps most persistent meaning of the term is simply lack of subjection to any kind of ownership or tyrannical authority, the lack of restriction of one’s actions, the absence […]
It seems that we are no longer allowed even to read the Bible in our homes or gather for prayer anymore. I wonder how many people are allowed to gather without breaking the law. I do have a solution. Check in tomorrow to find out what it is. by Dave Bohon Another U.S. community is […]