El Individuo vs El Estado por – Bojidar Marinov
Narrador: Arthur Diaz
Chapter 3: Champions of Your Right To Keep Silent
3.1: Nicholas Fuller: Common Lawyer
3.2: John “Freeborn” Lilburne
The New Politics of Sex: The Sexual Revolution, Civil Liberties, and the Growth of Government Power with Stephen Baskerville
In this episode of the Justice in the Kingdom podcast, Dr. Stephen Baskerville, social scientist and retired professor at Patrick Henry College, discusses his book, The New Politics of Sex: The Sexual Revolution, Civil Liberties and the Growth of Government Power. Our focus in this podcast is the deterioration of civil liberties through the politicization of criminal justice. New crimes are invented and vaguely defined. Due process is ignored. Accusations by a favored group become proof of guilt for the targeted group, mostly entirely heterosexual men. What mistakes are conservatives making and what can we do to reverse the trend? What can Christians do? For more information about Dr. Baskerville you can visit his website here.
Tucumcari Area News for the Week of December 17th, 2018
The Racino announcement has been delayed over the use of a feasibility study that only Clovis likes. But the numbers are telling, with respect to the source of any “new money” the Racino will generate. Also, why is it that the news of incoming grant money causes such great rejoicing among city leaders?
Trials of Tyrants
Four Committees decide how worst to spend your money.
Taxes, Taxes, Taxes and Murder?
This particular episode deals with yet more Taxes in both New Market and Jefferson County and with a Knoxville shooting, by a cop, and abortion, in Knoxville.