All Articles by Dr. Norman Horn

News

News of the Week: November 30 to December 4, 2010

Recapping interesting things in the news and on the net in the past week. Clearly, the big news item this …

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News

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange influenced by libertarianism

Andy Greenberg has a fascinating interview with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange posted at Forbes.com. Assange states that he has been …

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News

Wikileaks releases embarrassing diplomatic cables, governments unsurprisingly continue to hate them.

The whistleblowing organization Wikileaks has released their latest expose on the unseemly activities of governments around the world. And surprise …

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History

News of the Week: November 21 to 27, 2010

Recapping interesting things in the news and on the net in the past week. LRC reminds us that the war …

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History

Tocqueville Speaks to the 21st Century

Alexis de Tocqueville really was far ahead of his time… Here are some of his words to consider tonight. ————— …

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News

TSA turns off its X-ray scanners?

Gizmodo reports that many fliers are finding that the X-ray scanners and groping “security” measures are not in place today… …

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Libertarianism

Libertarians mourn death of David Nolan

The following comes directly from the Libertarian Party. I had the great honor of meeting David in the past year …

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News

News of the Week: November 14-20

This past week I have been traveling a lot. Currently I’m in Columbus, OH visiting my lovely wife, so I …

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News

News of the Week: November 7-13, 2010

Recapping interesting things in the news and on the net in the past week. The internet is going crazy right …

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Culture

Jesus and Soldiers

My good friend Stephan Kinsella, who is not a Christian, recently attended an event with great relevance to our time …

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President's Blog

He can’t do it alone!

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News

News of the Week: October 31 – November 6

Recapping interesting things in the news and on the net in the past week. Unfortunately, I missed posting this on …

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Theology

Theonomy, theology, and voting

Did this post title turn your head? Did you wonder what this would be about? Me too. Actually, I have …

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Media

Remember, Remember, the Fifth of November

“Beneath this mask there is more than flesh. Beneath this mask there is an idea, Mr. Creedy. And ideas are …

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News

News of the Week: October 24-30, 2010

Recapping interesting things in the news and on the net in the past week. The Bank of England is on …

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Economics

Ed Opitz shows us the Way of Freedom

A quote from Edmund Opitz. —- “The human spirit seeks full and free expression in every department of life: in …

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News

News of the Week: October 17-23, 2010

On Saturdays, I am going to start recapping some of the interesting news highlights of the week. Some things will …

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Theology

No Man Can Serve Two Masters

“Why is it that we see men willing to sacrifice property, the comforts of home, the sweets of the domestic …

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History

Everything goes back to Woodrow Wilson

Have you ever reflected upon history and realized the immense consequences of singular terrible men? I consider two U.S. Presidents, …

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News

Joseph Sobran, reluctant anarchist and Christian libertarian, 1946-2010

Joseph Sobran now rests with the Prince of Peace. This great Christian libertarian valued truth above all, and fought the …

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Christian Worldview

Narnians Hate the State Too!

David Theroux, Founder and President of the Independent Institute, President of the C.S. Lewis Society of California, and friend of LibertarianChristians.com has recently published a three-part series on the political philosophy of C.S. Lewis entitled “C.S. Lewis on Mere Liberty and Statism.” I highly recommend these articles for your reading (see the links following my synopsis).

Lewis, of course, is well-respected among Christians for his excellent stories and compelling explication of theology. Turns out he also favored liberty as a defining characteristic of civilized society. He reaches this conclusion through a consistent application of natural law.

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Appearances

The Doctrine of a Christian Warmonger

Today we continue the podcast series of the Christianity and War Audiobook, by Laurence Vance, with the essay “The Doctrine …

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Theology

How to Promote Peace in Your Church

It’s been a while since I’ve posted, but it is for a good reason. I’ve been carefully writing this article …

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Libertarianism

An Open Letter to American Churches for Peace

To Churches across America, grace and peace to you from our Lord Jesus Christ: Without fail, churches all throughout America …

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News

Rand Paul Moneybomb August 19/20 and Interview Announcement

After setting loose a short rant against politicians earlier today… it’s time to mention another politician. Well, at least this …

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History

The Lasting Influence of Schleiermacher and Kierkegaard

Let us take a brief departure from politics to some theological history, shall we? Friedrich Schleiermacher (1768-1834) and Søren Kierkegaard …

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News

Christianity in Action – the Obama Presidency

Ever wondered what Christianity looks like in practice? Look no further than… President Obama! I saw this today at a …

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History

In memoriam

On this day, not-so-many years ago, over 200,000 people died because an evil man thought it would be politically useful. …

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News

Everything you need to know about the Wikileaks Afghanistan Leak

In April, Wikileaks.org released a suppressed video of US soldiers killing civilians in Baghdad, and the world was shocked at …

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Libertarianism

How to Write a Letter to the Editor

Despite the clear fact that printed newspapers are on the decline, opportunities to respond to journalists via letters to the …

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