Can ideas really change the world Yes Learn about the visionaries who champion justice, rights, and liberty Attend free week long summer seminars by the Institute for Humane Studies at college campuses around the country Because ideas matter
There is only one way for Latter-day Saints to be happy, which is simply to live their religion, or in other words believe the Gospel of Jesus Christ in every part, obeying the gospel of liberty with full purpose of heart, which sets us free indeed.” (Brigham Young
Thomas, who had doubted, saw the power, majesty, and love of Jesus Christ Faith in Christ will help people to face their challenges.
Most wars seem to create costs that far outweigh their benefits, but is war ever justified In this Learn Liberty debate, Prof Bryan Caplan and Prof Jan Ting disagree Prof Caplan argues that pacifism should be US policy as the costs and benefits of war are too difficult to predict and innocent lives are almost certainly going to be lost Prof Ting argues that there are occasions in which war is necessary, such as against ideological or religious perspectives that cannot be reasoned with Prof Caplan contends that this is difficult to measure What do you think Should military intervention be an option on the table Why or why not
How do you explain the Alan Greenspan of 1966 vs the Central Banker Greenspan? Concentration of power and profit.
If we each have a boxed lunch with the same sandwich, chips, a pickle, and a cookie, why would we consider trading items Perhaps I prefer chips and you prefer cookies Maybe I’ll give you my cookie for your chips
In comparing the Book of Mormon with our day, there are many interesting parallels For Our Day: Covenant on the Land discusses the covenant on the Promised Land for both ancient and modern inhabitants.
Even more amazing than the admission is how long it took them to figure it out The mainstream media, including the financial media, has completely ignored the warning It’s as if the report doesn’t even exit