Since no individual acting separately can lawfully use force to destroy the rights of others, does it not logically follow that the same principle also applies to the common force that is nothing more than the organized combination of the individual forces?
+ “After more than a century of compulsory democracy, the predictable results are before our very eyes. The tax load imposed on property owners and producers makes the economic burden of slaves and serfs seem moderate in comparison. Government debt has risen to breathtaking heights. Gold has been replaced by government manufactured paper as money,…Details
People who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do.
Dan Lower was even smart in college, as he shows in this end to a recent (rehashed) reflection: Even at our most theoretical and uninvolved as Christians (and may I say in particular as an amateur Christian theologian) we are forced to get our hands dirty. Inevitably, it seems the case that one piece of…Details
I will be the first to admit: pride is one of my worse sins, even though I have everyone to thank for my blessings but myself. But I have nothing on this guy: This Voris guy is about the most ham-handed commentator to walk the planet. He is worse for Catholicism than the Inquisition. I…Details