These small lessons become the unplanned syllabus for learning citizenship, and your efforts to live them will help to form the fabric of a civil society and a free and prosperous nation where inherent equality and liberty are inviolable.
In the real world, we must deal with the facts of Islamic supremacism, because its jihadist legions have every intention of dealing with us. But we can only defeat them if we resolve to see them for what they are.
Many Christians seem to believe that property rights are somehow un-Christian. At the same time, a lot of free marketers seem to think that all we need are property rights. Neither of these views is correct.
The following is adapted from a speech delivered on April 21, 2015, at Hillsdale College’s Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship in Washington, D.C. The dust is clearing from the Twitter and Facebook battlefields, the people of Indiana are out from under the white-hot glare of the national media, and both […]
Our secular establishment wants to reduce the autonomy of religious institutions and limit the influence of faith in the public square.
There is a growing awareness among Americans that religious freedom in our country has come under sustained pressures.
A growing threat to our freedom of speech is the attempt to stifle religious discussion in the name of preventing “insults to" religion, especially Islam.
Christianity is largely responsible for many of the principles and institutions that even secular people cherish—chief among them equality and liberty.
No metaphor in American letters has had a greater influence on law and policy than Thomas Jefferson’s "wall of separation between church and state."
As used in Arabic at that time, liberty was not a political but a legal term: You were free if you were not a slave.