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The Coup that Wasn’t

Guest essay by Brad Phillips “Fake News” seemed to reach new levels last week when article after article reported that Sudan’s Dictator, Omar al Bashir, was finally removed from power by a nearly five-month popular uprising. Sudan’s Armed Forces, through a new military council, declared a state of emergency, suspended the Constitution, imposed a curfew, […]

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No, We’re Not All Socialists Now

Guest essay by Jerry Newcombe On Sunday, New York Post had an editorial about how many millennials embrace “socialism,” while not really knowing what it means:  “Millennials — ignorant of socialism’s appalling economic and human-rights history — increasingly embrace socialism and its naively unrealistic prescriptions for ending all human want.”  I’m reminded of a college […]

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The Gold Standard

Guest essay by R. J. Rushdoony  When God listed the charges against Judah which required judgment, one of the indictments read, “Thy silver is become dross, thy wine mixed with water” (Isa. 1:22). Fraud governed winemaking: the wine was mixed with water. Fraud also governed their money: the silver had given way to baser metals, […]

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Immigration Betrayal!

Guest essay by Tom Gow To solve the immigration problem, we must first understand why it exists.  And that requires digging deeper than just blaming desperate foreigners for crossing our borders illegally in search of a better life. Indeed, the real reason why both illegal and legal immigration are out of control is because it […]

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James Madison and the First American Immigration Crisis

Guest essay by Mike Maharrey Most Americans reflexively assume the federal government has absolute control over immigration matters. But James Madison’s response to America’s first immigration crisis casts doubt on this idea. In fact, “the Father of the Constitution,” clearly believed the states exercise the primary role in controlling who is allowed within their borders. […]

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