Tag: Virtue

Wisdom, Virtue, and the Unwritten Foundations of the Constitution

The knowledge of the science of legislation, the character of legislators, and the duty of the citizen determine the character of our government. What were Election Sermons about? One sermon encouraged us to “never elect someone you wouldn’t trust with your personal matters.” Are we looking for “perfect” politicians? Do we change our views after…

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11.11.2019: Liberty Principles Class

Have you ever wondered what is the purpose of government? Or what destroys liberty? Join Ms. Arlene Anderson for a discussion on these questions and more. Her Liberty Principles Class is at 7 PM every other Monday at MLI’s Spark Freedom Center. CLASS OUTLINE: Rights Fundamental or Natural Rights What is the purpose of government?…

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The Father of the American Navy

The Story of Virtue and Honor! On this day, September 13, 1803, the man many consider the Father of the American Navy, dies. John Barry, of Wexford, Ireland, was a Revolutionary War hero who refused to betray his adopted country even when bribed by the British. This is his story. The British Navy ruled the…

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