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Ron Paul’s Economic-Foreign Policy

ECONOMIC POLICY One common misconception about things is that foreign policy and economic policy are mutually exclusive, or, maybe more moderately stated, that they have little overlap.  A part of this blog entry will be concerned with trying to demonstrate … Continue reading

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Ron Paul and the Renewal of True Conservatism

I am a big Ron Paul fan.  But that hasn’t always been the case.  I honestly didn’t pay much attention to the guy until somewhat recently when some friends of mine began to open up about their political views.  I … Continue reading

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Should Politics Exclude Religion?

I was perusing an article in the Washington Post the other day about Mitt Romney. The article was basically commenting on how Romney’s religious views could be a serious obstacle for him in the race for the presidency. The article … Continue reading

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Religious Liberty in America, 2012

Dr. Michael A. Milton, chancellor/CEO elect of Reformed Theological Seminary where I”m a student, recently wrote a concerning article in an RTS e-newsletter.  I have re-posted it in full below.  It is entitled “Insuring Religious Liberty: Obama Care, Ronald Reagan, … Continue reading

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Our President’s Religion

There has been some controversy recently regarding the religion of Barack Obama.  While many “religious voters” helped to get him elected in 2008, many of those same people are increasingly discontent with his decisions in office.  The recent pieces of … Continue reading

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Dying to Win: The Strategic Logic of Suicide Terrorism

The title of this post comes from a book written by Robert Pape.  I discovered Robert Pape through a Ron Paul interview recently with Piers Morgan on his Tonight Show.  I’m glad I did. Pape did an interview with The … Continue reading

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