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The Myth of the So-Called Robber Barons?

The Robber Barons: Neither Robbers nor Barons By David R. Henderson   “The ‘robber barons’ helped consumers and, in one famous case, destroyed a monopoly.” One of the most prevalent myths about economic freedom is that it inevitably leads to monopolies. … Continue reading

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The Deceived Majority — A Collective False Witness

Hot Coffee, false witness, and the critical Christian By Dr. Joel McDurmon The Stella Liebeck case has become the stuff of legend. You remember the case, right? Some lady bought coffee at the McDonalds drive-thru, took off around the corner, … Continue reading

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Thought Contagions and the Ultimate Meme

The Ultimate Meme  The word “meme” (pronounced meem) denotes a concept that contemporary Christians need to fully grasp. Just as the word blog is short for weblog, so meme is short for mimeme, reflecting something that undergoes imitation (mimesis). The term was coined by evolutionary biologist Richard … Continue reading

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The Motives of Exploration

The Motives of Exploration By Rev. R.J. Rushdoony   America, from the moment it was discovered has had a history in terms of the faith of its discoverers. The evidence is increasingly mounting that long before Columbus, America was discovered over … Continue reading

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