Tag Archives: Thomas Jefferson

Justice Clarence Thomas: Be Not Afraid

In early 2001 I was channel hopping on the television and came upon U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas giving a speech before the American Enterprise Institute. I stopped for a moment to listen, expecting that I would move on … Continue reading

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Unalienable Rights, Unalienable Duties

Given the scriptures we have, the question of the proper use of force, including war, should be of critical importance to the Latter-day Saints. There is debate among the Saints as to whether we are a warlike people, or a … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson and Public Education

In Walking in Darkness at Noonday I stated: If Jesus Christ is the Author of the agency of man in the heavens, then His John the Baptist for the introduction and establishment of that doctrine in government on the earth … Continue reading

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