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Can Republicans Ride the Wave? Larry P. Arnn
Category: American Thought Published: March 2015
There was a wave in favor of the Republicans in 1980 and in 1994. There was a wave in favor of the Democrats in 2006 and in 2008…Now there is a Republican wave launched by the 2014 midterm elections.
 
Religious Liberty Derives from Property Rights Larry P. Arn
Category: Religion Published: March 2016
"The most formidable enemies of property rights are formidable precisely because they know better than to separate the issue of property rights from the issue of other freedoms, including freedom of conscience and religious liberty."
 
Saving the Ownership Society Larry P. Arnn
Category: American Thought Published: July 2006
"Our Founders practices the art of constitutional government, under which government is limited and people have the right to provide for themselves. If we lose that, we will find ourselves in a condition of poverty too deep to measure in monetary terms."
 
Trump's Triumph Should Show the Way Larry P. Arn
Category: American Thought Published: March 2017
"…the government has grown so large that it is a major factor in everything, including elections, and is in the position of taking on a will of its own….Trump has addressed this problem more directly than anyone since Ronald Reagan…"
 
We Must Return to the "Laws of Nature and of Nature's God" Larry P. Arnn
Category: American Thought Published: March 2010
The economic policies proposed today represent a return to the idea that the Amer Revolution repudiated--that some will manage the lives of others w/o their consent. This Admin wants to control private enterprise through regulations overseen by czars…
 
Working Toward Recovery Larry P. Arnn
Category: American Thought Published: May 2009
Either we shall have limited govt, in which a few vital things are tended to with a careful eye and strong, but limited, powers, or else we shall attempt to allocate the labor and capital of the nation by force of law. This second will make a disaster.…