Category Archives: The Fight for Traditional America

Not by Bread Alone

In a recent essay, I discussed the fundamental role despair has played in the opioid crisis. Further that the horrifying and climbing number of opioid deaths is part of a larger phenomenon of deaths of despair – drug overdose, alcoholism, … Continue reading

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A Libertarian Perspective on Racism

The appalling shooting in Charleston has again brought the American discussion on racism to the forefront.   Motivated by an irrational hatred of black persons, Dylann Storm committed the greatest violation one individual can inflict on another, he took their life; … Continue reading

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What is Social Justice?

Wrapping up this series of opinions on social justice returns us to the original question – What is social justice? As argued, that question can only be answered within the perspective of foundational worldview. The progressive (secular humanist) worldview understands … Continue reading

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Secular Worldview and the Welfare State

To our country’s and society’s detriment, secular worldview has eroded and supplanted our foundational Christian worldview. The secular “religion” rejects the reality of the eternal and loving Creator, and instead attributes the life, wonder, beauty, and obvious order of the … Continue reading

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A Christian Defense for Freedom and Free Markets

As Christians, we believe that God is the creator of all life and the entire universe. In God, we are all unique, or, using a less appropriate word, unequal; and we are uniquely loved by God. God gives each of … Continue reading

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