Only with a strong sense of duty to our local communities are democracy and freedom truly possible
Jeffery Tyler SyckFebruary 7, 2024
Economic power must not be too concentrated in the government or among a few private citizens
James RowellJanuary 12, 2024
American Christian nationalism is, critics would have us believe, a very scary thing
Mark David HallDecember 20, 2023
Israel’s democracy is threatened from without by Hamas and within by its lack of a constitution.
Matt CooksonDecember 14, 2023
C.S. Lewis is best known for his fantasy and apologetics writing, but he was also a staunch defender of democracy
Justin RoyDecember 8, 2023
The answer to our problems is not less free speech but more civility
Lilla Nóra KissNovember 3, 2023
When Americans say we are defending democracy by supporting Ukraine, what do we mean?
Debra EricksonOctober 17, 2023
The most essential political choice facing America today is between democracy and technocracy, and it is vital we choose the former.
Jeffery Tyler SyckSeptember 27, 2023
Chile 1970-1990 is a warning to all who are tempted to extremism and political absolutism.
Mark TooleySeptember 23, 2023
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