• The clash of philosophies


    From Alabama to Denmark, Nevada to the Netherlands, and from Arizona to Sweden and Germany, Hungary and Poland, voters are flocking to right/left populist, nationalist, isolationist, and nativist demagogues, parties, and movements.

    The trend sweeping Europe and the United States is broader and deeper than politics. The attraction of these suddenly popular phenomena appear to stem in a larger measure from an enormous gap between the beliefs of the “post-modern” and largely post-Christian Western elites (political, media, cultural, academic), on the one hand, and their countries’ hoi polloi on the other. READ MORE...

  • Non-Resistance to Tyrants is Obedience to Satan!


    “Resistance to tyrants is obedience to God! Therefore, non-resistance to tyrants is obedience to Satan.”

    As I have preached for 20 years now, God is going to get your attention one way or another (Leviticus 26; Deuteronomy 28).

    Americans have to their own shameless apathetic and tolerant ways have not yet learned that those “that preach tolerance, only mean to dominate, then they try to silence the good.” Even when the writing is on the wall, for some reason or another, Americans feel that it still does not apply to them. How is this? READ MORE...

  • Illinois Town Among New Fronts on Nation’s Right-to-Work Map as Supreme Court Deadlocks

    Despite the lack of a definitive ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court on the constitutionality of mandatory union dues, workers across the nation have ample… Read More The post Illinois Town Among New Fronts on Nation’s Right-to-Work Map as Supreme Court Deadlocks appeared first on The Daily Signal.

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  • George Mason University Honors Scalia Legacy by Naming Law School After the Late Justice

    George Mason University has announced it will rename its law school after the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. This stands in stark contrast to… Read More The post George Mason University Honors Scalia Legacy by Naming Law School After the Late Justice appeared first on The Daily Signal.

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  • Donald Trump's Selective Trade War


    Donald Trump repeatedly promised voters in Michigan and elsewhere that if elected president, he would impose a 35% tariff on Fords imported from Mexico if the company goes ahead with plans to update and expand Mexican factories.

    Trump threatened to impose the same tariff on Carrier air conditioners from Mexico, advised boycotting Oreo cookies because Nabisco has a Mexican subsidiary and even boasted, “We’re going to get Apple to build their damn computers  in this country instead of other countries.” READ MORE...

  • The Right to Counsel at the Supreme Court


    Cato Annual Report 2014

    The Cato Institute has released its 2014 Annual Report, which documents a dynamic year of growth and productivity. “Libertarianism is the philosophy of freedom,” Cato’s David Boaz writes in his book, The Libertarian Mind. “It is the indispensable framework for the future.” And as the new report demonstrates, the Cato Institute, thanks largely to the generosity of our Sponsors, is leading the charge to apply this framework across the policy spectrum.



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  • The Week’s Most Interesting Reads


    Why Obama’s overshadowed visit to Argentina matters. Catherine Addington explains the significance of the president’s visit to Argentina last week.

    Don’t forget Lahore. Gracy Olmstead reacts to the Easter bombing in Pakistan and calls for paying more attention to the victims of atrocities “in countries beyond our customary notice or concern.”

    Obama’s witness for the prosecution. Kelley Vlahos reports on Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland’s record on civil liberties and executive power. READ MORE...