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Conscience on the Battlefield

Originally authored by Leonard Read, the following dialogue is imagined to have taken place while dying on a battlefield near …

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Happy Texas Independence Day!

Too bad they didn’t stay that way. Oh well, today we Remember the Alamo! The Texas Declaration of Independence The …

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Communism Kills

This entry is part 1 of 22 in the series Great Libertarian Memes

Communism is the vision of an egalitarian society with common ownership of property. Karl Marx, the father of communism, stated that the prevailing capitalist environment is responsible for class struggle and inequality among people. He believed that people’s lives are determined by their economic environment and in order to achieve the communist utopia, that environment has to be changed. For this change to occur, the working class (proletariat) must overthrow the existing regime, dismantle all capitalist institutions, and eliminate the possibility of a counterrevolution by the merchant class (bourgeoisie).

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Why does the Tea Party support Scott Brown?

Scott Brown’s recent Republican victory in the Massachusetts Senate race has been headlining news all over the nation the past …

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Defending Freedom and the Free Society

By Edmund Opitz. Countless generations of men have lived in unfree societies, but many men dreamed of freedom and hoped …

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Economics

Isaiah’s Job

by Albert Jay Nock —- One evening last autumn, I sat long hours with a European acquaintance while he expounded …

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A Tribute to Edmund A. Opitz

Mr. Robert Sirico, President of the Acton Institute, made these remarks on the occasion of the retirement dinner of Mr. …

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Voltaire

I am currently browsing through a large volume of The Gospel Advocate, a Church of Christ newsletter that was published …

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Book Reviews

Summer Reading – Top 10 books that you should drop everything to read now…

Looking for some good summer reading, fellow Christian libertarians? I gave this list to a friend in mid-July (a reader …

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Appearances

Podcast: The Early Christian Attitude to War

This is the seventh installment of the Christianity and War Audiobook Podcast, presented by LibertarianChristians.com. I am particularly excited about …

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Appearances

Podcast: Vicesimus Knox, Minister of Peace

This is the sixth installment of the Christianity and War Audiobook Podcast, presented by LibertarianChristians.com. Today’s reading is the essay …

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Virtually unknown pub "Faith & Freedom" now available on Mises.org

Hardly anyone has ever heard the old circular Faith & Freedom, originally published in the 1950s by the early libertarians …

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Appearances

Podcast: Spurgeon on Christian War Fever

This is the fourth installment of the Christianity and War Audiobook Podcast, presented by LibertarianChristians.com. Today’s essay is one of …

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Appearances

Podcast: Gott Mit Uns

This is the third installment of the Christianity and War Audiobook Podcast, presented by LibertarianChristians.com. Today’s essay is entitled “Gott …

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History

Are You a Revolutionary?

Yesterday, the greatest question was decided which ever was debated in America, and a greater perhaps never was nor will …

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Appearances

Podcast: Christianity and War Part 1

Today marks the release of the first installment of the Christianity and War Audiobook Podcast. As many of you know, …

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What did you learn in school today, dear little boy of mine?

Yesterday was Pete Seeger’s 90th birthday. Happy birthday, our heroic anti-war American muse. Here are some other articles of libertarian …

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Appearances

Podcast: Response to Comments on Josephus Article

Today I have a special treat for everyone: the first ever LibertarianChristians.com Podcast! I have been wanting for some time …

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History

Texas Independence Day 2009

Every Monday, the Libertarian Party sends out a message to all their subscribers. Today’s message reminded me that today, March …

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History

Give Me Liberty

Continuing in our series of posts leading up to the inauguration of the 44th President of the United States of …

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Book Reviews

“Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory” Book Review

Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory is one of my favorite books of late, I gave a copy to my …

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Book Reviews

“Silent Night: The Story of the World War I Christmas Truce” Book Review

A Book Review of Stanley Weintraub’s Silent Night. Some book reviews that I write are rather long, primarily because they …

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The Christmas Truce

In celebration of the birthday of the Prince of Peace… All those who know Him, rejoice in the Lord! Update: …

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Book Reviews

“Myths America Lives By” Book Review

A review of Richard Hughes’s book Myths America Lives By. Richard Hughes’s seminal book can be roughly described as exploding …

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Founding Faith, by Steven Waldman

A book review of Founding Faith (subtitle: Providence, Politics and the Birth of Religious Freedom in America) by Steven Waldman, …

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