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Category: Economy

  • Creation economics

    The economics of reality by Ian Hodge ‘In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth … And God saw everything that He had made, and behold, it was very good’ Genesis 1:1,31. At the heart of every subject is the … Continue reading

  • Abortion: The Evolution Connection

    by Jake Hebert, Ph.D., and Michael Stamp Within a consistent evolutionary worldview, there is no logical basis for moral absolutes. If mankind is truly a cosmic accident, then there is no Creator-God to whom we must give an account, and there is … Continue reading

  • “The Lady’s Not for Turning” — Margaret Thatcher and the Leadership of Conviction

    Margaret Thatcher, one of the most significant leaders of the 20th century, died [this week] at age 87. A model of convictional leadership, Margaret Thatcher became almost universally known as Britain’s “Iron Lady.” In May 1979, Margaret Thatcher moved into … Continue reading

  • Why Conservatives Should End the Debt Ceiling Debate

    Watching the American scene in the 1960s, historian Daniel Boorstin, invented the idea of the “pseudo-event.” The rise of television and modern mass media had produced a transformation of the news business, so that what now mattered was not if … Continue reading

  • Winston Churchill on Socialism

    “Socialism is the philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance and the gospel of envy.”   Winston Churchill – Speech (May 28th, 1948) at the Scottish Unionist Conference, Perth, Scotland, in Never Give In! : The best of Winston Churchill’s … Continue reading

  • Calvin Coolidge on Who Pays Taxes

    No matter what anyone may say about making the rich and the corporations pay the taxes, in the end they come out of the people who toil. It is your fellow workers who are ordered to work for the Government, … Continue reading

  • The Briefing, Wednesday, November 28, 2012

    TODAY: The Perils of Powerball –The Losing Game of the Lottery / The Deadly Danger of a New Prenatal Test / Abortions Fall by Five Percent . . . Good News or Strange Math? / An Actor Says Watching His … Continue reading

  • America’s Real Problem

    by Dave Miller, Ph.D. The list is lengthy. America’s life-threatening maladies have multiplied in the last 50 years to the point that it is widely acknowledged that the nation stands on the brink of catastrophe. No doubt about it, the … Continue reading

  • The Briefing, Tuesday, November 13, 2012

    TODAY: Adultery in the digital age, worldview and demographics strike again, teenagers ready to vote, religious liberty undermined, and a new reason to elope. I discuss all these and more in today’s edition of The Briefing: A Daily Analysis of News and Events … Continue reading

  • Science Reporters Promote Communism by “Framing” Arguments

    By David Coppedge What on earth are science reporters doing promoting communism by “framing” the language of redistributive tax policy? One might hope that science should steer clear of political ideology.  But look at this headline that appeared on both Science … Continue reading

  • Noah Webster on the Right and Responsibility to Vote

    When you become entitled to exercise the right of voting for public officers, let it be impressed on your mind that God commands you to choose for rulers, “just men who will rule in the fear of God.” The preservation … Continue reading

  • Calvin Coolidge on the Economy

    I favor the policy of economy, not because I wish to save money, but because I wish to save people. The men and women of this country who toil are the ones who bear the cost of the Government. Every … Continue reading

  • Two Competing Religions–The Legacy of the 1960s

    Today’s culture wars can be directly traced to the cultural transformations of the 1960’s. As a matter of fact, that critical decade represented nothing less than a cultural revolution of sorts–a revolution Stanley Kurtz describes as “both a fulfillment and … Continue reading

  • Calvin Coolidge on Paying Taxes

    No matter what anyone may say about making the rich and the corporations pay the taxes, in the end they come out of the people who toil. Calvin Coolidge, Foundations of the Republic to a Group of Labor Leaders, September … Continue reading

  • A Nation Without an Anchor

    By: Wes Moore Porn is good for kids. At least that’s what I learned yesterday while watching the PG-rated The Spy Next Door with my children. The 10-year-old little boy was accused of making up stories about visiting the Playboy mansion. To his principal’s … Continue reading

  • Survey Exposes Liberal Bias Among Psychologists

    Everybody except liberals knows they are intolerant of conservatives, but now a new survey won’t let them deny they have a real bias problem. Conservatives in academia have long been aware that for their own protection they need to keep … Continue reading

  • Environmentalists Want to Save the World, But You’ve Got to Go

    Scratch a committed environmentalist, you’ll almost always find a misanthrope of some sort. That nearly all so-called “green” policies are intended to work at the expense of humanity should be made obvious by any review of environmental programs and proposals. … Continue reading

  • A Mind to Work

    Recently I spoke with a kind, contrite gentleman who confessed that, up to this point in time, he had lived a slothful life. He admitted that he had never had a real job in 33 years (three years of which … Continue reading

  • Sen. Malcolm Wallop on the Economy and Gun Control

    Nowhere in the writings of the Founding Fathers is there anything about managing the economy. Our Founders wanted to promote prosperity. So they set about ensuring that government would be small, frugal, impartial, and moral. We became rich because government, … Continue reading

  • America’s Most Pressing Concern

    Many concerns occupy the minds of those who are disturbed by what is happening to the United States: bloated deficits, oppressive taxation, alleged global warming, rampant crime, and the influx of intruders who do not share the values and worldview … Continue reading

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