Apostle Paul appears to be a quintessential conservative—not in the contemporary American sense of favoring a smaller government, but in the more traditional political sense of not wanting to disrupt the established order.
Dr. Paul Kengor argues that our rights are not respected equally. Unfortunately, as Kengor points out, “religious rights are [the] bottom-dwellers” in some people’s minds.
Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush all ardently advocated religious freedom. As they confronted the demise of communism or terrorist threats and acts, they strove to increase opportunities for worship and religious expression in the U.S. and overseas.
The Reagan vision and values are already here, ready to be tapped and again prevail. They merely require the right spokesman, and Barack Obama’s exit from the presidency argues Dr. Paul Kengor
French actor wants his freedom back. Gérard Depardieu’s case reveals the temptations of the welfare government to violate property rights, entrepreneurship, and freedom of movement emphesized Dr. Sylvain Charat
When absent God, human advancement—whether ideological, political, philosophical or technological—reflects our intrinsic nature, which is evil. Better we fly with a wing and a prayer argues retired Air Force intelligence officer Dr. Earl Tilford