Social-Media Companies Threaten Democracy

Today the gatekeepers of meaningful freedom of speech are the social media companies. But there’s just been scandal after scandal of how these companies have abused their powers to really not serve “We, the people”, but rather to serve their own corporate interests in ways that stifle our speech, and really threaten democracy. What’s really […]

Christians and Politics

>>Should Christians vote? And if so, what should be their guidelines for voting? Should Christians move beyond voting to full scale participation in politics even running for office? Should Christians get involved in social issues like abortion, same-sex marriage and gambling? Or, should Christians focus entirely on sharing the Gospel? For some insightful responses to […]

Jehovah’s Witnesses on Politics

Jehovah’s Witnesses do not vote, because they see voting as putting your faith or your stock in Man. They believe that Jesus commanded Christians to stay out of politics, so when Jehovah’s Witnesses look at other religions that as politicizing their beliefs they see them as “False Christians”. So, for Jehovah’s Witnesses any kind of […]

A Progressive’s Guide to Political Correctness

How indignant can progressives make themselves? There’s a real competition going on. And it’s sweeping the nation: progressive vs. progressive competing to see who can most flamboyantly claim to be offended; to proclaim that their feelings have been hurt; or that their sensitivities have been rubbed raw; or their serenity disturbed; or their composure discombobulated, […]

Money in Politics: What’s the Problem?

In my many years in Washington, the most alarming development has been advertised under the soothing title of “campaign finance reform.” We Americans are disposed to think that the word “reform” is a synonym for “improvement.” But what is called “campaign finance reform” is nothing less than a frontal assault on the first — the […]

How Julian Assange Disrupted Politics With WikiLeaks | Just The FAQs | USA TODAY

After seven years of self-imposed exile, WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange was arrested on charges in what prosecutors call the largest-ever publication of confidential documents on the agency. We have the FAQs. In 2006, he founded WikiLeaks, an organization that publishes and makes available documents and materials not intended by its creators for public consumption. Document […]

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