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Why do we keep buying what politicians are selling?

Why do we keep buying what politicians are selling?

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Politics | Sales is an honorable profession. A good salesman connects people who have needs with good products and services that can help them. Both sides benefit. But…

Confronting the danger of tyranny in America

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Government | It’s only the summer of 2013, and we are already seeing presidential office seekers poking their heads out like the first buds of a political spring. On the…

The left’s conundrum: The environment or the poor

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Energy | There is a fossil fuel revolution underway that will make America energy independent in the near future. But the American left receives these glad tidings as…

Called to be a Christian daredevil?

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Religion | Last week was terrible for tragic deaths. Nineteen of the elite Granite Mountain Hotshots firefighting crew died defending 250 homes from a wildfire in…

The long road to same-sex marriage

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Marriage | I am not surprised at the U.S. Supreme Court decision on DOMA and homosexual rights. Popular support for same-sex marriage is at 53 percent, up from 30…

Bad dog government

Bad dog government

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Government | Government seems out of control. That’s dangerous for liberty. Government is like a good guard dog, a great asset when it’s in your service, not at your…

Freedom feeds the poor

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Poverty | Jesus said, “For you always have the poor with you.” But presidents and would-be presidents like to promise otherwise. Granted, we needn’t have so many…

The common good on trial at the IRS

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IRS Scandal | There was high drama at the congressional IRS inquiry when John Eastman, chairman of the National Organization for Marriage and a professor at Chapman…

Obama’s greatness only through government

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Government | Presidents can be puzzling. They campaign high, but govern low … except sometimes. They tack one way, then another. But occasionally they let slip what…

Government should fear the people, not the reverse

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Politics | The Obama administration is suddenly sunk in scandal. Not just one, but three. The Benghazi cover-up has been brewing since last September, but only recently…

Big Government: Too big to function

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Government | The biggest push to expand government from any administration since the 1960s is alternately unraveling in scandal and flying out of the grip of its makers. A…

Tax collection as a political weapon

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Politics | The IRS has “apologized” to the Tea Party and other conservative groups for “overzealous audits.” Between 2010, the year of President Barack Obama’s…

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