But, on the Christian view, if it is not sanctity toward which we must move, on pain of our lives, then what is it?
Today the typical American finds himself confronted with "bigness" on an unprecedented scale. Our lives are institutionalized and regulated on every hand.
Abraham Lincoln once said, “With public sentiment, nothing can fail; without it nothing can succeed."
Thomas Jefferson once wrote to James Madison: “The people are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty.”
Voluntary exchange is characterized by a proposition such as: “I will do something good for you if you will do something good for me.”
In simpler days a reporter went out and covered a political speech and came back and wrote his story. The paper printed it, and the reader received it.
I would urge you all to take a more active role in the public information process, both as individual consumers and as representatives of industry.
The special vice of the media is that they create a "false consciousness." We may know what they say about things we are familiar with is unreliable, but we think they must be reliable about other things.
We've let every nation know that we shall pay no more cost, bear no more burdens, meet no more hardships in order to assure the survival of apathy.
I accepted the views of these good men, that once they were able to shape the world as they wanted it to be, they would create a perfect state of affairs