Posts Tagged by libertarian
|February 4, 2009||Posted by Anthony under abortion, Blog, Christianity and Culture, General, morality, original sin, politics|
I’m pretty sure that the founders of this country had a similar view. They wouldn’t recognize the bloated thing we have today. One can guess what they’d say or do. (I have some guesses). Let us just assume that no one even tries anymore to have good, moral, proper, principled reasons for passing legislation any more. That has been abandoned. In its place are just two basic principles: 1. Will the legislation make money for the government (or those donating to officials)? 2. Will it extend the government’s reach?
|January 11, 2008||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General|
I don’t put much weight on political debates. When I see one I don’t expect my position or views to change and I am always surprised to hear that other people’s views are effected. I think the debate format has limited value. There is usually no way you can elucidate your position in a short […]
|April 23, 2007||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General|
I’ve had quite a few things on my plate this last week so I didn’t have much of an opportunity to comment on the V-tech massacre, even if I had wanted to.Â Having listened to some of the media coverage, I’m frankly glad that I wasn’t able to hear more.Â The run to make political […]