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Good News, Bad New May 13, 2022: Misinformation, Abortion, and Star Trek

The crew reviews the three craziest things of the past two weeks: the Misinformation Governance Board, the leaked Justice Alito …

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Good News, Bad News April 15, 2022: The SCOURGE of Social Media, & Hidden Economic Insights

[NOTE of Irony: Hours after we recorded this episode, it was announced that Musk made an offer to buy Twitter. …

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Good News, Bad News April 1, 2022: The Slap Heard Round the World and Other Controversies

Join the Libertarian Christian Roundtable as we talk about Will Smith dominating the attention at the Academy Awards, as well …

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Bush and His Torturers by Judge Andrew P. Napolitano
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Bush and His Torturers by Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Bush and His Torturers by Judge Andrew P. Napolitano Originally published Bush and His Torturers Last week, prosecutors and defense …

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Good News, Bad News March 17, 2022: Biden Blames Putin, Christian Nationalists are Confused

The Libertarian Christian Roundtable discusses the absurdities of the Biden Administration’s blaming Vladimir Putin for rising gas prices, why Nancy …

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Good News, Bad News March 3, 2022: Ukraine and the 2022 State of the Union Dumpster Fire

Libertarian Christian commentary on the latest in Ukraine, plus President Biden’s incoherent and economically ignorant State of the Union Address …

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Good News, Bad News Feb 16, 2022: Truckers vs. Trudeau & Putin’s Ukraine Crisis

Canadians are even nice when they protest, but Justin Trudeau has doubled down on his mandates. The Libertarian Christian Roundtable …

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Libertarianism

Limited Government: The Self-Defeating Nature of Minarchy

This is a guest post by Dr. Vic McCracken, who is a Professor of Ethics and Theology at Abilene Christian …

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Good News, Bad News Feb 3, 2022: Cancel Culture v Joe Rogan, Canadian Protests, U S Debt 30 Trillion

Joe Rogan fails to be cancelled despite attempts by Neil Young and others to deplatform him from Spotify. Whoopi Goldberg …

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Good News, Bad News Jan 20, 2022: Labor Shortages, Electoral Problems, Election Reform?

Join the Libertarian Christian Roundtable to discuss the latest in your world. In this episode we discuss labor shortages, electoral …

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Libertarianism

Constitutional Restraints on Power

American political institutions presuppose certain convictions about human nature, the worth and prerogatives of persons, the meaning of life, the distinction between right and wrong, and the destiny of the individual. The Colonists came to their understanding of these matters as heirs of the intellectual and religious heritage of Christendom—the culture whose shaping forces ‘sprang from ancient Israel, Greece, and Rome.

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Good News, Bad News Jan 5, 2022: Our Best and Worst of 2021

As we exit the dumpster fire that was 2021, we look hopefully to 2022. Still, it wasn’t all bad, was …

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Good News, Bad News Dec 22, 2021: Merry Christmas! Vaccine Mandates Coming to a City Near You!

Merry Christmas from the Libertarian Christian Institute, where we give you positive greetings in contrast to the Biden Administration’s ominous …

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Good News, Bad News Dec 10, 2021: Will SCOTUS Overturn Roe, and Will Biden Stop Causing Inflation?

Conservatives have been eager to overturn Roe v. Wade for decades, but is this even likely to happen? And what …

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Good News, Bad News Nov 24, 2021: Rittenhouse Acquitted, Supply Chain Woes, Bitcoin in El Salvador

In this episode of the LCI Rountable, we discuss the Rittenhouse verdict and some of the fallout from it. We …

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Economics

Free Market Law

I want to direct your weekend reading to three excellent passages from my good friend Daniel Krawisz. Part 1: Free …

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Good News, Bad News Nov 12, 2021: Rittenhouse Trial, Inflation, & Libertarian Party “Record Shattering”

Join us as we discuss the latest in the news and events of the day and analyze from a libertarian …

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History

Caesar and God in Context

LibertarianChristians.com is pleased to welcome Christopher Bevis in our next guest post, originally published on LewRockwell.com, entitled “Caesar and God …

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Good News, Bad News Oct 30, 2021: Biden Mocks Freedom, A Billionaire Tax, Facebook Goes Meta

Join the Libertarian Christian Roundtable as we discuss our disgust as President Biden mocks those who want freedom, explore the …

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Good News, Bad News Oct 17, 2021: Trillion Dollar coins, Horton defeats Kristol, & Self-ownership

This episode of the Libertarian Christian Roundtable discusses how a trillion dollar coin works, an analysis of the Scott Horton …

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Culture

Rights, Obligations, Favor and Love

John Knowlton is an entrepreneur, pastor, and avid cyclist. He lives in Kalamazoo, MI with his wife and children. Find …

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Good News, Bad News Oct 1, 2021: Inflation and Russel Brand

Join the LCI Roundtable to discuss the most recent news analysis. In this episode we discuss consumer inflation, rent inflation, …

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Good News, Bad News Sept 20, 2021: Financial Woes from China and Meta-News Analysis

The LCI Roundtable discusses the implications of financial problems faced by China, specifically with regard to Evergrande, as well as …

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History

Do you still have a 9-11 Mentality?

My good friend Anthony Gregory has written a spectacular retrospective of 9-11 at the Independent Institute blog. It encapsulates how …

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History

Is America the Last, Best Hope of the World?

The idea that America is the last, best hope of the world is the spirit that animates a great deal of political activity in our country. The “last, best hope” is one of the most enduring rallying cries preached to garner support and enthusiasm for major government initiatives throughout American history. It has become such a widely accepted notion that its veracity and relevance for lawmaking and executive action is simply assumed, even among Christians.

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