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Jul
4

Life, Liberty and…Happiness? Really?

Life, Liberty and…Happiness? Really? In his Two Treatises on Government in 1698, John Locke properly recognized and explained that the main goal of government was to protect the “life, liberty and property” of the citizens. Locke said: “The great and chief end therefore, of Mens uniting into Commonwealths, and putting themselves under Government, is the Preservation of their Property.” This was the commonly held view of early...
Mar
7

Was Jesus a Socialist?

Was Jesus a Socialist? I was asked to speak at a Christian conference in Ontario, Canada on the topic of “Biblical Economics.” The lecture was going along just fine until I mentioned that from a Biblical standpoint, the civil government was NOT to be involved in health care in any way. That’s when things got a bit hostile. People began yelling out objections in the middle of my presentation. We went back in...
Jun
30

The Socialistic History of the Pledge to the Flag

  “Place your right hand over your heart and repeat the Pledge of Allegiance.” Every morning in government and private school classrooms across America, students are led in the following mantra: “I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic, for which it stands: one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” Very few of us know the...
May
12

The Socialist Revolution via Education – Samuel Blumenfeld

The Socialist Revolution via Education – Samuel Blumenfeld How did America go from being the most freedom-loving, free-enterprise system in the world, to increasingly embracing Government control of the means of production on almost every front? Where did begin? You are about to get an amazing history lesson from one of the greatest experts on education in world. Samuel Blumenfeld is an unsung hero in America. He is the author of numerous books including, NEA:...
Apr
22

Robin Hood & The Government Schools – by Israel Wayne

Knock, knock. “Who could be here at this time of night?” you wonder to yourself. Slowly you find your way to the door and peer out. A man in a shabby jacket is standing on your doorstep, shivering just a little from the cold. Cautiously you open the door. “May I help you?” you ask. “Hi, I’m a neighbor from down the street, and I’d like to talk with you if you have a minute.” “Sure, come on in.” Once...

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