Sen. Rand Paul

Duncan Hunter and the 1.3T Omnibus Spending Bill

Eric Andersen Eric Andersen 4 Comments

In the photo above Sen. Rand Paul holds the 2,232 page budget busting bill that took two hours to print, but I think there’s hope for reform in Washington if we can get just one of our founding ideas right. The self-evident truth that all men are created equal and endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights. This includes …

Natural Law and the Global War on Terrorism: A Response to Jason Jackson

Eric Andersen Eric Andersen 24 Comments

Thank you Jason for such a well thought out response and enjoyable read. I have nothing but respect for you. Not only for your Annapolis academic background but your hours spent reading classical sources.   You’re not only one of the most well-read persons I know, but a gentleman. I will attempt to interact with you using the same format you …

Foreign Policy: Christian Conservative or Progressive Humanist?

Eric Andersen Eric Andersen 31 Comments

A response to Mr. Frank Dowse. In a previous post Frank Dowse took me to task for challenging Congressional candidate Jacquie Atkinson’s foreign policy views. My thoughts below summarize what I see as the distinctives that separate a Christian and a principled policy view from a humanist and progressive one. Who is Frank Douse who goes by the pen name …

The CNN Commander-In-Chief Debate

Elliot Schroeder Elliot Schroeder 3 Comments

Last night, we saw CNN’s Big 11 in the GOP race face off for a boost in the polls. At times trying to show off their National Security and Foreign Policy credentials. For the record, here’s the picture of the GOP candidates who have military service: Yeah, none. The political party that is about patriotism, strong defense, and often a …