Liberty Without Life Is No Liberty at All
One of the fastest growing political movements in Washington State is the Republican Liberty Caucus. The RLCWA chartered in December of 2012, shortly after the Washington State Republican Party had suffered a crushing defeat. In the five short months since chartering, the RLCWA has grown to over 250 members (it shows no signs of stopping there!) and is the largest state chapter of the RLC | Read More »
The Failure of Pragmatism and Baby Steps
We are not attempting to create new laws, we just want the current laws against murder applied to all people. When we recognize that all human beings, born and unborn, are created equal and are endowed by God with the same unalienable rights, there will be no need to even use the word “abortion.” Instead, we will simply say “murder” and call abortionists what they truly are, murderers.
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Tags: Abolish Human Abortion
, Judicial Bypass
, Natural Rights
, Parental Notification
, pro life
, Representative Cary Condotta
, Representative David Taylor
, Representative Elizabeth Scott
, Representative Jason Overstreet
, Representative Matthew Shea
, Right to Life
The Liberty/Morality Dependency
The fundamental question of America, “Is man capable of ruling himself?” is being answered every time we fail to address issues of basic human morality. It’s answered every time we allow a child to be legally slaughtered. And it’s answered in the deafening silence from us as we ignore it. If we want liberty, we must act and live as though we want to be worthy of it, acknowledging the direct correlation between liberty and morality.
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Who’s To Blame? We are.
Tragedy strikes and everyone immediately begins falling over themselves trying to explain it, looking to find reason in madness and order in the chaos. Was he sick? What type of mental illness did he have? Was he taking his medication? Were his parents to blame? Was he mistreated by his family? These are all interesting questions and the answers may have played a small part | Read More »