How to Stop TSA Abuse
May/June 2012

The State as the Source of Grace

By R. J. Rushdoony

Because the sun is the source of life in the physical universe, God is compared to the sun in that all life, physical and spiritual, is derived from Him and is His fiat creation.

The Pornographic Worldview of Modern Man

By Mark R. Rushdoony

Pornography is more than images on paper or film. Prior to the development of photography, some literature was intended by its creators to challenge Christian ethics and thus rightly be regarded by society as obscene. If we are to understand the issue of pornography we need to remember why this was the case, and we need to go a little further than the baser urges it stimulates in its consumer.

Faithful in Little Things?

By Martin G. Selbrede

As a proponent of R. J. Rushdoony's work, I found the form that Weiland's citations of Rushdoony took to be troubling at times: a positive citation, with Weiland expressing regret that Rushdoony wasn't consistent in applying that "correct" Biblical view just enunciated to the Constitution, the Founders, etc. What was missed entirely by Weiland was the key point made repeatedly by Rushdoony: that the U. S. Constitution provides us with a procedural morality, not a substantive morality.

How to Stop TSA Abuse: A Biblical Look at Fourth Amendment Liberties

By Wesley Strackbein

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) institutionalized the shaming of America's citizenry in late 2010 when it implemented new invasive screening polices at commercial airports across the U. S.

By Jerri Lynn Ward

In February 2002, federal agents, helmeted, shielded, and wearing bullet-proof vests, burst into a work place and put a gun to the head of an employee, demanding that he "get off the phone! Now!" Did this happen at a meth lab or opium den? No, it happened in the offices of a medical doctor specializing in pain management, in full view of his patients.

By Lee Duigon

We are assured that God chooses "the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty" (1 Cor. 1:27). It would be hard to think of anything much "mightier" than America's public school establishment, with its fabulously wealthy and politically potent teachers' unions, its unconditional support from all the media, and, above all, the unquestioning belief of many millions of Americans that public education is the only game in town.