Why Christians in American Politics Matter to Me and Should Matter to Everyone, Believers and Non-Believers Alike

“There is, indeed, as he says elsewhere, “an increasing tendency among modern men to imagine themselves ethical because they have delegated their vices to larger and larger groups.” To act on behalf of a group seems to free people of many of the moral restraints which control their behavior as individuals within the group.” ~…

And Now, Some “Mind Bending” (or, as I like to Call It, History)

Just return your tray tables and seat backs to their full uprights and locked position, fasten your seat belts and hit play: Now, if that didn’t ring some bells and starts some gears to turning, you need to leave the RNL and go back to the Oprah and Jerry Springer shows.

The Sovereign Speaks…

…and an award winning, sustainable business dies (via Mary Katharine Ham at Hot Air): Hey, no bigs. It’s just a 100-year-old company and California’s only surviving cannery, a sustainable, family-owned operation employing 30 people. The Drakes Bay Oyster Company has been in a seven-year fight with the federal government and environmental groups over whether it’s…

Ozymandias and The Religion of Statolatry

I have a post coming on statolatry but I ran across this in my research last night and given augger’s Jamie Foxx post, it seemed timely to promote it. I wanted to write something similar but when I tried I kept saying exactly the same thing in far less elegant and efficient prose. One can’t improve upon perfection. May…