Liberty

Elder Bednar Condemns the Government’s Dangerous Breaching of Religious Liberty

Jun 18, 2020
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The COVID-19 crisis has presented us with a unique opportunity to reaffirm and shore up religious freedom. We have witnessed the government’s swift, well-intentioned, but often dangerous breaching of the boundaries that protect the free exercise of religion. Do we…

Freedom of the Mind

Jan 27, 2015
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“One of the most important things in the world is freedom of the mind; from this all other freedoms spring. Such freedom is necessarily dangerous, for one cannot think right without running the risk of thinking wrong, but generally more…

Goliath, Laban and the New World Order

Jul 7, 2013
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What do Goliath, Laban and global, latter-day secret combinations often referred to as the “New World Order” all have in common? Their stories all end the same way and the scriptures show us exactly how. Goliath The Philistine champion, Goliath of…

Isaiah Identifies the Latter-day Archtyrant

Jan 18, 2013
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It always amazes me how we acknowledge the historical certainty of the rise and fall of nations in the past, but we don’t seem to think that the same fate is an eventuality today. Sure, men wanted to take over…

There are two consequences in history…

Aug 24, 2012
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There are two consequences in history: one immediate and instantaneously recognized; the other distant and unperceived at first. These consequences often contradict each other; the former come from our short-run wisdom, the latter from long-run wisdom. The providential event appears…

The Founding Fathers were Overwhelmingly Religious Men

Mar 12, 2012
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Some claim that the United States was founded by secularists, others claim that all of the founders were Christians that founded a Christian nation. Well what does all this mean? Are both these claims just opposite extremes?

George Washington’s 1796 Farewell Address

Feb 19, 2012
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Please take some time to go through and read the words of this great man, George Washington. May there yet be men like this in the world to lead and inspire us.

Persuasion vs. Force

Dec 4, 2011
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Too often lawmakers resort to the force of law rather than the power of persuasion to solve a problem in society. In this brilliant essay, Mark and Jo Ann Skousen proclaim a better way…

Was 9/11 our Mormon 3:10?

Sep 11, 2011
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The wickedness of the Nephites proved their destruction, that we know. Part of this wickedness was a dramatic shift in their policy of war, a policy that we have adopted here in our day.

60 Great quotes on war

Sep 7, 2011
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Here are 60 great quotes on war that are prophetically relevant to our current day and age.

Temple Square Monument: The Law, Governments, Liberty, The Way

Aug 22, 2011
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Until recently, I had NO idea that this was at Temple Square. It is amazing to me that there it is, right in front of the Salt Lake Temple and I’ve never seen it.

The Book of Mormon Condemns the New World Order

Apr 6, 2011
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Well, it’s not technically a horoscope, but if anyone is curious about the future of any greedy, secret groups seeking to destroy any kind of government that grants liberty to the people, then here is a look at some history that they will and are repeating.

Has the final thread snapped?

Jan 23, 2011
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We have all probably heard some variation of the idea that the constitution will one day “hang by a thread”. What is that last thread and how will we know if it has snapped or not? Here is something to consider…

The Constitution—A Glorious Standard by Ezra Taft Benson

Dec 31, 2010
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In one of my personal favorite talks on the Constitution by Ezra Taft Benson, the simple principles of truth regarding man’s freedom in these last days are outlined.

But If Not

Dec 6, 2010
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A powerful excerpt from a Martin Luther King speech that is very inspiring and definitely worth sharing.

Why We Celebrate the United States Constitution

Oct 6, 2010
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Guest author and headmaster of American Heritage Academy in Las Vegas, NV shares some of the history about the divine influence that brought our constitution into the world.

The Proper Role of Government

Jul 20, 2010
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It is generally agreed that the most important single function of government is to secure the rights and freedoms of individual citizens. But, what are those right? And what is their source?