Tag Archives: Limited Gov’t

Never enough laws

“Policemen and laws can never replace customs, traditions and moral values as a means for regulating human behavior. At best, the police and criminal justice system are the last desperate line of defense for a civilized society. Our increased reliance … Continue reading

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Civility = Sacrifice?

An interesting definition from Stephen L. Carter on what civility is: “Civility…is the sum of the many sacrifices we are called to make for the sake of living together.” This line is taken from Carter’s book appropriately titled: Civility. I … Continue reading

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Ted Cruz on Deck for Conservative Movement & Heritage Foundation

By John F. Pilmer Applause was generous before, and deafening after, Ted Cruz spoke to the Heritage Foundation Resource Bank 2010 audience in Miami.  No doubt was left as to which side of the aisle the former Solicitor General of … Continue reading

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Top 5 Books for Conservatives

Today on our radio show, The Conservative Professor, I threw out my top 5 books for conservatives if I were going to create a Conservative 101. The Law: Fredric Bastiat American Cause: Russell Kirk Conservative Mind: Russell Kirk Commentaries on … Continue reading

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