Tag Archives: law

Oklahoma Cycling’s Dark Secret

There’s a dark, double secret you aren’t going to hear from cycling advocates. Review: All politicians are evil. The very act of running for office indicates an ambition that morally disqualifies anyone from holding that office. Good moral people do … Continue reading

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Trump’s Failure

Trump had full legal authority to pardon the three military servicemembers who were charged or convicted of so-called war crimes. Nobody disputes that. Whether it was wise to do that is a fair subject for debate. But we should completely … Continue reading

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Lock `em Up — Missing the Point

I’m responding to this temper tantrum. I’ll summarize, so if it matters to you, then think deeply enough to see the connections. You may notice how the article points out that crime is rising, and that it was rising well … Continue reading

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Poor, Poor Kurds

I still love reading history that is well written, even when the underlying viewpoints are contrary to my faith. Indeed, virtually no one telling history today even understands the Radix Fidem approach, much less embraces it. We don’t expect much … Continue reading

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It’s Always Been Personal

Everything is personal. No doubt you have heard, and will continue to hear, about this imaginary thing called “the rule of law.” It’s a favorite rhetorical device of American politicians. This business of Trump and the House of Representatives is … Continue reading

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Law of the Heart

It is the nature of any written revelation from God that words alone cannot portray the fullness of truth. In other words, there is no such thing as propositional truth as far as God is concerned. The only truth is … Continue reading

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Radix Fidem Curriculum: It’s Personal

3. It’s Personal We should be eager for divine justice. Even when it means our own punishment, we are eager to see justice live on this earth. We live in a fallen existence and perfection is simply impossible, but the … Continue reading

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