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Everybody’s a Legislator

Making laws is no longer one man’s job. Not since we rebelled against the king. So why can presidents make executive orders? There is no provision in the Constitution for executive orders. There are no rules to limit executive orders. … Continue reading

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Why socialism’s “fairness” just doesn’t work.

An economics professor tests his class’ belief in socialism.

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On a Modern Revolution

Taxes and Tea are once again at the forefront of a revolution in America. It’s funny, actually, because soon after “Change” became a household word during the last election, change is just what we got. The Tea Party “changed” the … Continue reading

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Missing my Lord

I haven’t been to church lately. I have made excuses. I’ve felt like my heart is dying: I thought it needed CPR, But It was not dying. Because its life did not depend On me John Newton once dreamed that … Continue reading

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The Maniac

The maniac’s world is very small. Everything in the maniac’s world is under his control and a world has to be very small to be under the control of one man. “The Maniac”, a chapter in G.K. Chesterton’s “Orthodoxy”, explains … Continue reading

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