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Clarence B. Carson

Of Rights and Responsibilities, by Clarence Carson


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‘Liberty Letters’

Divine Providence and Our Divine Charge

Divine Providence and Our Divine Charge

BY STEVE FARRELL Was the establishment of the United States, this ‘light on the hill’ republic, an event of mere chance or was it a pivotal event in the wisdom of God that would alter the course of history for the better? Whatever the average 21st Century historian or political scientist might conclude — the American Founders held [...]

A Tax is a Tax

A Tax is a Tax

John Dickinson LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL In John Dickinson's Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania, he invites his fellow citizens to beware of smokescreens found in the language of legislation. Cut through it, he advises, and get to the basic principle that lays beneath. If IT violates our rights and the constitution, oppose [...]

Abraham Lincoln: 1852 Eulogy on Henry Clay

Abraham Lincoln: 1852 Eulogy on Henry Clay

Henry Clay (1777-1852) LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Regarding Abraham Lincoln's July 6, 1852 address at Springfield, Illinois Introduction: Via this inspiring eulogy of Henry Clay, Abraham Lincoln, a decade before his election as President, outlines what was and would be his position on slavery, a practice that was morally wrong, [...]

All Immigration Plans are Not Equal

All Immigration Plans are Not Equal

Benjamin Franklin LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL As America groans under a federal immigration policy that punishes states for enforcing federal law and rewards illegals for breaking it;  Ben Franklin comes to the rescue with a delightful plan he devised 162 years ago to address and solve the British policy of dumping felons on [...]

Remembering the Justness and Inspiration of the American Cause

Remembering the Justness and Inspiration of the American Cause

Thomas Paine LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL In these “times that try men’s souls” I have witnessed many a true American, many a true Christian, and many a true man or woman of intellectual and moral integrity stand up and stand by our beloved Constitution and the the Judeo-Christian moral law - or that rock upon which our laws and [...]

Common Sense vs. Kings

Common Sense vs. Kings

Thomas Paine LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL As the current President of the United States continues on a course that resembles the attitudes and actions of a king more than a president, or more specifically of a tyrant (one who rules arbitrarily) than a king (one, who thou powerful, nevertheless subjects himself and his administration to [...]

Ambition, Self-Interest, & the Debauchment of Our Political Vocabulary

Ambition, Self-Interest, & the Debauchment of Our Political Vocabulary

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A Jefferson-Styled Education

A Jefferson-Styled Education

Thomas Jefferson LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL In my home state, and probably in yours, we often hear about the deplorable state of public education. The cure always involves more money, either to shrink classroom size, to hike administrator’s salaries, to install a few extra computers, or to build shiny new buildings. Some [...]

Constitutional Checks on Spending and Debt

Constitutional Checks on Spending and Debt

George Mason LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL In the Debates in the Federal Convention of 1787, George Mason of Virginia, suggested: the necessity of preventing the danger of perpetual revenue which must of necessity subvert the liberty of any Country. If it be objected to on the principle of Mr. Rutledge’s motion that public credit may [...]

Party – The Last Degradation of a Free and Moral Agent

Party – The Last Degradation of a Free and Moral Agent

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Jefferson taught that ‘party spirit’ was degrading to man. Years ago, a statesmen I revere, warned his fellow freedom fighters if they ever hoped to be truly effective in this battle, they “must be devoted to sound principles in word and deed”, and that means they must be men and women who put [...]

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