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We Are Called to Freedom

Who Killed 100 Million People?

How Is This Not A Death Panel?

A British court has rejected the final appeal from the parents of little Alfie Evans, whose life support will be shut off soon by a children’s hospital despite their objections. Alfie suffers from a rare neurological disease that doctors at… Continue Reading →

People Use Chemical Weapons on Children All the Time. It’s Called Abortion.

I’m Just Glad No One Bombed Us After Waco!

Claude-Frédéric Bastiat

The author of some of the foundational libertarian books (The Law) and concepts (broken window fallacy), Claude-Frédéric Bastiat was raised in a tumultuous time for the Church in France. He was a economic liberal but saw it as a means… Continue Reading →

Funny Sign About Government Taking Our Guns

Which side of the gun debate do you think Holocaust victims would be on today?

A Republic. If You Can Keep It.

Fr. Spitzer on Natural Rights, Morality, and Law

In this remarkable interview, Father Robert Spitzer S.J. of the Magis Center, who has written numerous books on the cross section of faith, morality, reason, and science, dives into natural rights, law, and the Scholastic tradition, which, working on biblical… Continue Reading →

Milton Friedman: Is a Man Free to Sin?

World-renowned economist, the late great Milton Friedman addresses the question of whether morality can be forced on people. His response is genius: if you’re not free to sin, then you’re not free to be virtuous. The main problem with the… Continue Reading →

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