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July/August 2008

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The Lady and the Mill

Supreme Court cases of great import often involve unexpected, almost plebeian, subjects. In the area of interstate commerce, it was milk, and the...

All Our Children

A few years ago, before the Iron Curtain/Berlin Wall collapsed, I visited Communist Bulgaria with my father and our family. Oh, might as well come...

Minority Report

A Mitt Romney Speech Evokes John F. Kennedy On September 12, 1960, Catholic Democratic presidential candidate John F. Kennedy gave a landmark...

The Great Sudanese Teddy Bear Controversy

It was, by all standards, a simple assignment for the seven-year-olds: each weekend a different student would take a stuffed teddy bear home and then...

Sunday Laws in America

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Democracy and Liberty Assailed

The thoughtful observer, as he looks out upon the political and religious world today, becomes deeply conscious of the fact that civil and religious...

Protecting Faith in the Workplace

Congressional testimony by James D. Standish —February 12, 2008 Chair Andrews, ranking member Mr. Kline, other members of the...

The Christian Amendment

Run up the flag and tune up the band! The problems of our nation are about to be solved. Three Congressmen have intro_duced a bill into the ninetieth...

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Published in the July/August 2008 Magazine
by J. I. Robison


The thoughtful observer, as he looks out upon the political and religious world today, becomes deeply conscious of the fact that civil and religious liberty are in peril. There are decadent influences at work in every land that are permeating the social fabric and threatening to overthrow democratic forms of government and restore the absolutism of past centuries.

Our age, which in material development is the greatest in the history of the world, has been built upon the democratic principles of freedom and equality. But a thirst for power is menacing our civilization. Democracy and liberty are on trial to

Author: J. I. Robison

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