Democracy Comes On Eighteen Wheels

Half Canadian: I need to begin by mentioning that my mother was Canadian. She was a missionary in Japan after the Second World War, and there she met my dad, an American naval officer, in the course of his involvement in the Korean War. How they got together is quite the story, but let us …

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A Biblical Defense of Fake Vaccine IDs

Introduction: It is certainly tempting to simply make the case by saying that a fake pandemic should have fake papers to accompany it, but that would be too easy, far too glib. I already have severe critics who struggle with their tendency to be censorious, and that would frankly not help. So I won’t start …

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Would There Have Been Civil Government Without the Fall?

Correction: There is an error in the sentence below, which I have struck from the essay: "Rutherford distinguishes “power of government and power of government by magistracy” (Q2, emphasis mine). ...

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Putting on Our Coates Coats

Introduction: The only real science involved in all the corona-panic anymore is the science of crowd control. And however poorly our governments may have done with regard to the virus itself, having run out of rest homes to put the contagious in, they have done a marvelous job when it comes to manipulating and all-round …

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Liberty Redefined

Introduction: Some years ago, Ron Paul wrote a book entitled Liberty Defined. Glancing over the topics he addresses, it might have been better called Liberty Described, because the bulk of the book works through various topics like conscription, and surveillance, and monetary policy—all the kind of topics where libertarians and conservatives might easily find common …

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