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We Are Called to Freedom

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 →

The Non-Aggressive Church

This year marked the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, the largest schism in Church history. Of course, in the seemingly, nominally important date of 2017, there was much talk among prominent church members, on both sides of the doctrinal divide,… Continue Reading →

The Boy Who Cried ‘Hate’

While snowflakes were falling over San Antonio last night, snowflakes everywhere were in a flurry over the downfall of The Libertarian Catholic Facebook page. In an abrupt conclusion to what had been a tempestuous week, Facebook made the decision to… Continue Reading →

The West Should Look to Its Christian Roots Not Islam for Its Sexual Abuse Cure

In the wake of multiple Hollywood sex scandals, British attorney Qasim Rashid made a bold—and some may say audacious—assertion that the Teachings of Islam Could Help Us Prevent More Sexual Abuse Scandals. In his Op-ed, he ignores the rich history… Continue Reading →

Liberty and Morality

Our Declaration of Independence from Tyranny Requires a Declaration of Dependence on God

“Given a freedom which is independent of God, independent of moral law, independent of inalienable rights as the endowment of the Divine Spirit, and America could note itself out of democracy tomorrow. How can we continue to be free unless… Continue Reading →

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