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The apostle Paul prophesied the time would come when man’s “conscience [would be] seared with a hot iron.” (1)

In the long battle to subvert the liberties of man, a key to victory over the forces of liberty has always included center stage:

The most obvious indication that the Palestinians do not want a state is their constant demands for Israel to make far-reaching concessions which they know the Jewish state cannot make. The Palestinians know that the only way to maintain their present status is to make demands that cannot be met. And so, the question is: Why don’t the Palestinians want a state? The reason is simple: Statehood would entail responsibilities the Palestinians do not want to assume.

Becky AkersHow many times during December’s frantic shopping did a merchant ask you for ID when you paid for your purchases? And how did you respond? Did you resent the implication that you are a criminal rather than a customer? Or did you hand over your driver’s license without thinking or protest?

Ralph ReilandJust when it looked as if employers were getting less fearful about what President Obama might do next to worsen the business climate, the National Labor Relations Board (now with its first Democratic majority in a decade, thanks to Obama’s appointees) announced on December 14 that private employers will be required to display pro-unionizing posters in their businesses under a newly proposed federal rule.

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