Tag Archives: liberty

Albert Mohler: The Growing Willingness To Sacrifice Religious Liberty

Handmaid’s Tale

The nation of Australia recently voted by a wide margin to legalize same-sex marriage. The question turns swiftly now to the issue of religious liberty. Already, the major bill is inadequate when it comes to protecting religious freedom. The Attorney General of Australia, noting this fact, has suggested that the...

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Jerry Bowyer: America Is Indebted To Martin Luther

Luther, tax reform, Impeachment

500 years ago Martin Luther’s started a debate by nailing a document with 95 theological assertions to the door of the Wittenberg Cathedral, triggering the Reformation. No matter which side of that theological debate you’re on, you should be grateful for the ultimate effects of this action on Western liberty...

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Hugh Hewitt: Winning In Washington

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What does it mean to “win” in Washington? I’ve long described “progress” as the ongoing, incremental expansion of liberty and literacy in a growing number stable regimes in or aligned with the West. And by that definition, much of the agenda of President Trump’s administration could well be described as...

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David Davenport: The Future Of Freedom

Cancer Congress

A new survey by the Fund for American Studies reminds us that millennials do not understand economics. The same group that does not know basic civics—such as who their senator is or whether Judge Judy is on the Supreme Court—also doesn’t get how free markets work. While 60% of millennials...

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Albert Mohler: Turkey And The Powerful President

Handmaid’s Tale

The President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, recently announced that his government has won a big political victory. In a referendum vote, Turkey has amended its constitution to concentrate power in a single person, namely the president. This referendum reminds us that when human beings are given the choice between...

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