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Ideas and Society

Gradual Corruption and Budding Tyranny By Gary C. Lawrence

We are on the cusp of tyranny in America. The cases of government corruption are too numerous to think otherwise.

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Most Current Articles in Ideas and Society

Not so fast: Federal judge says Constitution doesn’t require redefining marriage

Perhaps the most powerful argument for same-sex marriage has been that it is “inevitable.” It’s powerful because it contains an implicit threat. A new ruling in Louisiana shows that it may not be so inevitable after all.

By William C. Duncan
A Call to Everyone: Stand For the Family!

It is easy to see that certain people are born at certain time periods in history for a reason. So, why were we born in this time?

By Nicholeen Peck
Chaplains Out, ‘Life Coaches’ In

Florida School That Traded Chaplains for ‘Life Coaches’ Is Violating Constitutional Rights.

Five Faiths Urge Supreme Court to Hear Utah Same-Sex Marriage Case

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints joined four other faiths to file a "friend-of-the-court" brief on Thursday, 4 September with the Supreme Court of the United States.

By The LDS Newsroom
The New Plague of Locusts

Government is not too big? Then why, when Washington is hit with a snowstorm, does it tell “non-essential” federal workers to stay home?

By Gary C. Lawrence
What Children Learn From Welfare

What are the effects of government welfare programs on families, and especially children? Do they simply provide a temporary hand up to families, so their children can go on to lead self-reliant, productive lives?

By Sutherland Institute
The Cancerous Administrative State

“Even under the best forms of government, those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny.” – Thomas Jefferson

By Gary C. Lawrence
Whether by Fire or Blade, 'Green Energy' is Killing Birds

The quest for green energy has brought some unintended consequences.

By Carl Graham
You Work; I’ll Eat

“There has never been but one question in all civilization – how to keep a few men from saying to many men: You work and earn bread and we will eat it.” – Abraham Lincoln.

By Gary C. Lawrence