A Platform of Political Naivete

By Olivia Murray Published: February 3, 2022 Noon EST (2 minute read) During his gubernatorial campaign, Reagan popularized the phrase, “Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican;” also commonly known as “The Eleventh Commandment.” This attitude and sentiment has been adopted by the Republican Party, which led to its moral bankruptcy and inefficacy. […]

Is Government a Moral Authority?

By Olivia Murray Published: December 7, 2021 Noon EST (2 minute read) When we consider morality, we must address a profound question. Is it an article of subjectivity or objectivity? If morality hinges upon a society, culture, or any other external factor, then it is in fact subjective. It is subject to outside influence. If […]

Do Women Have a Right to Abortion?

By Olivia Murray Published: December 2, 2021 Noon EST (3 minute read) *Olivia is the founder of Life for Unborn Children, and the author of Abortion v. Slavery* *GRAPHIC WARNING, this content may be extremely distressing to some readers* In 1973, the landmark judicial opinion of Roe v. Wade effectively made abortion the law of […]

The Media is Now Public Enemy No. 1

By Olivia Murray Published: November 23, 2021 Noon EST (2 minute read) ‘Public Enemy’ is a phrase that was popularized in the 1930s with the rise of notorious Chicago gangsters like Al Capone and Tony Volpe. These men, and others, were designated as such because they posed an incredible threat to the welfare and security […]

Domestic Enemies of the Constitution and the Citizenry

By Olivia Murray Published: November 18, 2021 Noon EST (3 minute read) This is a unique time in history. The very people and institutions that were installed to conserve and protect American life and legacy have become their biggest enemies. The custodial agency of our founding documents declared them to be injurious to the reader; […]

Importance of a Well-Informed Citizenry

By Olivia Murray Published: November 16, 2021 Noon EST (3 minute read) On September 17 in 1787, the greatest American thinkers gathered together as delegates to the Constitutional Convention. As Benjamin Franklin left the Pennsylvania State House, he was approached by an inquisitive citizen. The young American asked, “What kind of government do we have?” […]

It Pays to Be a Criminal Under Biden’s Regime

By Olivia Murray Published: November 2, 2021 Noon EST (4 minute read) “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” Isaiah 5:20 In the short ten months of the Biden regime, the inversion of morality […]