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Caesar Worship is the Default State of Mind

At the Federalist, I attempted to make the case that Christianity is so wound up in our socio-cultural experience its morality–as portrayed in the Ten Commandments–has shaped our minds in a similar way that language does. I also try to… Continue Reading →

One Can be a Good Catholic without Being a Libertarian, but Cannot be a Good Libertarian without Being a Good Catholic

I’m Mike, and I’m a libertarian Catholic. My path has been a long and winding one, with many stops along the way, but as my faith has deepened and the times have changed this two word phrase has best defined… Continue Reading →

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Hacksaw Ridge is Monument to Religious Freedom

There’s an old adage in Hollywood, “If you want to send a message, use Western Union.” The point is that story—especially film—is not the place for your message. Story is for telling the truth. Well, lucky enough for us who… Continue Reading →

Religious Freedom Is Not Just About Religion

It never ceases to amaze me when I hear hardcore libertarians suddenly turn statist when religion is involved. Yeah, a business should be free of any untoward regulation, they’ll say, except for wedding cake bakers, they should be forced to… Continue Reading →

NFL Comes Out Against Religious Liberty

The National Football League, facing serious accusations from all sides about the mental health (dramatized in the Will Smith film Concussion) and the abusive activities of its players has now come out of the closet against religious freedom. Georgia House… Continue Reading →

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