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  APD - Liberty Magazine, Adventist Voice Of Religious Freedom, Marks Centennial (02.02.2005)
Liberty is designed to emphasize the separation of church and state, as well as to promote the rights of all to follow their conscience as they choose.
Liberty magazine is currently read by nearly 200,000 thought leaders throughout North America, including those in local, state and federal government offices.
Annually, the magazine cosponsors an awards banquet held in the historic United States Senate Caucus Room on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. The print distribution and the banquet are made possible in large part from support of Seventh-day Adventist church members who donate specifically to help the magazine.
www.stanet.ch /APD/news/568.html   (416 words)

 LibertyGuide.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Liberty Matters closes the gaps with grassroots communication, public relations campaigns and educational programs to further the grassroots property rightsandnbsp; movement in America.
Reason is the monthly print magazine of “free minds and free markets.” It covers politics, culture, and ideas through a provocative mix of news, analysis, commentary, and reviews.
Regulation Magazine, a publication of the Cato Institute, is devoted to analyzing the implications of government regulatory policy and the effects on our public and private endeavors.
www.theihs.org /libertyguide/links/links.php/12.html   (906 words)

 Illustration by Leslie Thrasher (Liberty Magazine).   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Magazine art editors demanded pictures of everyday people in simple everyday situations, thus setting the sameness in trend, style and subject matter of the various artists of that era.
Liberty readers knew all the intimate details of Lil's life-Lily herself, her doting parents, her two brothers, her befuddled boyfriend- then- husband " Sandy ", and her baby Ulysses.
This is the Liberty cover painting chosen by the editors of Rivals of Rockwell (Roettger, Crescent Press, 1992) as a chapter introduction illustration to represent Leslie Thrasher's Liberty magazine work, and it appears as a full page illustration in that important historical reference (p.25).
www.arts-antique.com /New_Folder2/New/Thrasher%20PA003.htm   (267 words)

 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Liberty Magazine at Epinions.com
Liberty magazine is a monthly publication that features excellent, thought- provoking articles on political and social issues.
Liberty magazine is indispensable reading for anyone interested in the Libertarian movement for individual freedom.
Liberty is the most insightful, in-depth and uncompromising libertarian/classical liberal periodical in circulation (and I've read them all!).
www.epinions.com /mags-Liberty/display_~reviews   (228 words)

 Liberty Unbound/LIBERTY magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In its just-released September issue, Liberty reports on the widening scandal involving secret dealings between the head of the Libertarian Party and its presidential nominee, in violation of LP rules and subvention of its long-established policies regarding conflict of interest.
Liberty reports that a reliable source in a position to be familiar with documentary evidence about Willis's secret work for the Browne campaign has revealed that there is extensive evidence that Browne himself worked with Willis on preparing the fundraising letters which Willis did on behalf of the Browne campaign.
The September Liberty also includes a timeline on the scandal, an analysis by editor R. Bradford, and an audit of the Browne 2000 campaign's spending.
www.libertysoft.com /liberty   (377 words)

 Commentary Magazine - On Liberty and Liberalism, by Gertrude Himmelfarb   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
...It is her influence that Miss Himmelfarb detects in the radical formulations of On Liberty as well as in Mill's general preoccupation with the emancipation of women...
...Yet the contradiction between the two conceptions of liberty and the concomitant two types of liberalism may also be put in a sociological frame of reference in which these movements of ideas are seen to interact with identifiable institutional processes...
...Liberty here is elevated to the status of the principal if not the only value of social life...
www.commentarymagazine.com /Summaries/V58I4P82-1.htm   (1442 words)

 Liberty (magazine) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Liberty, a political magazine published from 1881 to 1908 by Benjamin Tucker;
Liberty, a general-interest magazine published from 1924 to 1950;
Liberty, a political magazine published from 1987 to date by R.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Liberty_(magazine)   (111 words)

 DOING FREEDOM! -- Shifting Values, Shifty Scams, and Shifting for Liberty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Liberty, which, in case you had forgotten, does not provide free meals, does not support the "arts," does not deliver the mail, and does not provide security from our own stupidity, is not a concept that has a lot of social support in the public eye, despite the numerous websites acclaiming the virtues of liberty!
Those people who are seriously engaged in the "cause" of liberty, are not doing it, essentially, for profit, but because it is truly worth while to promote liberty at any cost, especially when the majority of our fellow countrymen have sold-out for government/corporate delusions of support, security and stability.
The fight for, and presentation of, liberty is an issue of integrity on one count, and an issue of having actual value on the other.
www.doingfreedom.com /gen/0304/shifting0304.html   (2400 words)

 World Magazine - Weekly News | Christian Views
Staver, head of Liberty Counsel, a religious-liberty law firm in Orlando, Fla., filed suit in March 2001, charging that the school district had violated Morgan's rights to free speech and free exercise of religion.
His Liberty Counsel files bulge with victories, and his win-loss record is a liberal's bad dream.
Liberty Counsel's petition to the Supreme Court also asked the justices to revisit the so-called "Lemon test," the 1971 "excessive entanglement" decision by which courts often judge the constitutionality of intersections between government and religious expression.
www.worldmag.com /displayarticle.cfm?id=9959   (1636 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Liberty Magazine Ultimately, God calls us to preserve religious freedom not for the sake of freedom itself, but to win and influence all people to a true understanding of His nature and kingdom.
Liberty magazine reaches pastors, physicians, attorneys, judges, politicians, county and municipal leaders, and law enforcement officials in a way that no other magazine can.
This year’s religious liberty video is a DVD commemorating Liberty magazine’s 100th Year as America’s leading religious liberty publication for civil representatives and authorities at all levels.
washingtonconference.org /dept/pdf_files/parl-liberty-campaign-letter-dec2004.doc   (1127 words)

 Encyclopedia: Liberty (magazine)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Libertarian socialism is any one of a group of political philosophies dedicated to opposing coercive forms of authority and social hierarchy, in particular the institutions of capitalism and the state.
Liberty magazine is a leading libertarian magazine founded in 1987 and published in Port Townsend, Washington and edited by R. ("Bill") Bradford.
Unlike Reason, which is printed on glossy paper and has full-color photographs, Liberty is printed on newsprint and has line drawing cartoons by S. (Scott) Chambers and Rex F. May ("Baloo"), no photographs except for advertisements and only one color (blue), which is limited to the cover and occasionally a few ads.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Liberty-(magazine)   (1063 words)

 Income Tax Problem? Liberty is your solution
Liberty Tax Service is the fastest growing international income tax service ever, as the company gears up for its eighth tax season.
Liberty's growing brand name awareness in the tax industry is escalating due to an experienced management team and headquarters staff with over 400 years of income tax, technical, marketing, and management experience.
Liberty is simply the fastest growing international tax service ever, expanding in seven years to the size it took the other national tax franchises thirteen years to realize.
www.libertytax.com   (389 words)

 Amazon.com: Liberty - Wa [MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION]: Magazine Subscriptions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
I love this magazine because (1) it covers a WIDE variety of topics in the political and social arena, (2) there is plenty of humor, including some great cartoons, and (3) there is plenty of strong, thought-provoking debate.
This is a well written magazine and it deals with issues that are important to people on the left, right and in the middle.
The overall political slant of LIBERTY is toward the classical liberal (oh how words change!) tradition, with an emphasis on limited government, free trade, and individual rights, but the magazine is anything but a newsletter for the Libertarian Party.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00006LCU4?v=glance   (1232 words)

 Libertyguide Job Bank > Liberty Magazine > Internship   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Interns work closely with Liberty's full time staff and are involved in virtually every aspect of editorial work, research, design, layout, distribution and management.
Liberty is a review of culture and ideas published from a libertarian or classical liberal perspective.
For this reason, applicants should have an active interest in politics, public policy, economic theory, political philosophy, and/or the arts (particularly the literary arts), and should have at least a passing familiarity with libertarian or classical liberal theory.
www.theihs.org /libertyguide/jobbank/show_viewrecord.php?id=17   (285 words)

 Liberty Magazine | Page 2
Among Liberty’s familiar idiosyncrasies was its custom of printing “reading times” at the beginning of every article—say, “18 minutes, 32 seconds” to read a piece by Albert Einstein.
Liberty had another peculiar ity, however, that would prove far more significant to its future.
As a result, the Liberty archive, instead of gathering dust in the library like so many older magazines, is now the Liberty Library Corporation, a “mini-conglomerate” which controls the rights to some 17,000 texts and artworks, any of which may be purchased for adaptation into motion pictures, advertisements, books, or collectibles.
www.retrogalaxy.com /culture/liberty/page-02.asp   (226 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
I also decided to port Liberty BASIC to OS/2, which was a hot platform at the time (and still is in some places outside the United States).
I have had professional developers look at Liberty BASIC and ask why anyone would want to use it (one has to wonder if they were ever children).
Liberty BASIC is still accelerating, thanks to the enthusiasm and dedication of so many all over the world.
world.std.com /~carlg/lbhistory.html   (757 words)

 Liberty - Dark Horse on the Third Ballot
I fear this may have gotten me off on the wrong foot, as he then apologized for the luxurious suite, complete with grand piano, liquor, and fine wines, a sharp contrast to the hospitality suites with their spreads of bottled beer, boxed wines and taco chips.
He confirmed that he had agreed to settle with the IRS with all due speed to avoid the possible embarrassment of a federal indictment and arrest, and no longer to drive without a license.
When I left home for the LP convention, one of Liberty's staffers reminded me that "conventions are all about sex," something that I had not observed at past conventions of the Libertarian Party.
www.libertyunbound.com /archive/2004_08/bradford-dark_horse.html   (9150 words)

 Liberty Magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Liberty and Reason are the only two avowedly libertarian magazines in general circulation.
I don't consider mentioning articles in Liberty, which I consider especially credible on LP matters, to be "spreading rumors." Every columnist writes about subjects regarding which they have no personal knowledge; I've never been to China, but sources I trust tell me it's a Communist dictatorship, and I say so in the articles I write.
But Liberty magazine, where Browne served as a senior editor for many years, and whose integrity has never been questioned by anyone, conducted a complete investigation of the ethics charges, including the examination of thousands of pages of official FEC documents.
www.harrybrowne.org /2000/LibertyMag.htm   (8450 words)

 Liberty Magazine | Page 7
By the late Forties, the magazine seems to have lost some of its pizzazz.
The real death knell, however, was that, like its competitors, Liberty began losing its advertisers to television.
Floyd Odlum, the magazine’s new owner, turned it into a biweekly, then a monthly.
www.retrogalaxy.com /culture/liberty/page-07.asp   (87 words)

I think every concerned Adventist would want to read Liberty and be aware of these issues--how they relate sometimes to their own employment, their own understanding of some rather complex political issues, and as a way to be informed on last-day events.
Knott: When the magazine decides to address a particular issue, say, for example, the issue of vouchers in education and the complications that raises to church-state relationships, is there a process of consultation with church leaders and others to help formulate the magazine's point of view, or is that primarily developed in the editorial offices?
I'm concerned that we've entered a kind of "freelance" environment in the church in recent years with religious liberty, as with a whole number of much more doctrinal issues, in which our church is in great danger of fragmenting and not speaking with one voice, not having one common view, even on seriously central issues.
www.adventistreview.org /2000-09/story1.htm   (1881 words)

 FrontPage magazine.com :: Liberty and Thanksgiving by Chris Weinkopf
Throughout high school and college, I heard much about American "imperialism." Professors prattled on about how the Cold War had been little more than a pretext for capitalist aggression, an outlet for the American elite’s insatiable appetite to impose its will on indigenous people and deny their rights.
The rejoicing Grenadians I saw on that day almost 18 years ago certainly had a better understanding of their liberty than America’s European allies and its mainstream media, both of which widely denounced President Reagan’s decision to invade.
How blessed are those of who us who live in a country where these freedoms are so much more secure, where liberty is considered a birthright and not a luxury that must be imported by foreign armies.
www.frontpagemag.com /articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=973   (727 words)

 Liberty - protecting civil liberties promoting human rights
Liberty's briefing for the 2nd reading of the Terrorism Bill in the House of Commons details our concerns over the proposed creation of speech crimes, extended detention for suspects and the banning of non-violent organisations.
The European Court of Human Rights today said that the UK Government blocked vital information about poisonous tests an ex-serviceman underwent in the 1960s.
Mr Roche, represented by Liberty, is a registered invalid and has serious health problems as a result of his exposure to mustard and nerve gas tests while serving in the British army.
www.liberty-human-rights.org.uk   (147 words)

 The Liberty Cap
President Bush, who is now touring the flooded areas of the Gulf Coast in the aftermath of Hurrican Katrina, has just pledged $10.5 billion in federal subsidies, which are being earmarked as "relief aid" for Hurrican Katrina victims.
Just on Thursday, August 25th, Hawaii was the first state to impose what the state legislators and Governor Linda Lingle called "price caps" (a sneaky euphemism for price controls) on gasoline in an effort to fight the soaring costs at the pump.
Conservative collectivists who can't stand anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan (known to many of her supporters as the "Rosa Parks of the anti-war movement" and the press as "the Peace Mom") must be gnashing their teeth every single time her name keeps popping up in the media.
thelibertycap.blogspot.com   (2695 words)

 Tuma's Toons at Liberty For All - Online Magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The mavens of talk radio are now silent about civil liberties, and seem only interested in discussing the joyful topic of going to war in the Mideast again, and killing more fleeing Iraqi soldiers.
The reason is because the Republican Party never stood for conservative values in the first place, and is lying to the public whenever it attempts to co-opt the values of conservatism.
This abrogation of human liberty probably never would have happened under Gore, had there been a President Gore, because talk radio and the FOX News Channel would have provided large-scale political dissent that we do not have today.
www.libertyforall.net /2002/archive/sept29/ugly-truth.html   (2183 words)

 San Francisco Memories Liberty Magazine
Liberty sales boys had territorial rights, and you knew which buildings to avoid.
I'll only go through once." That meant that you were supposed to get off the car in a couple of blocks, but if the car was crowded I wouldn't, instead I would hide behind the motorman at the partition separating the passengers.
Their conductors were civil service employees and I guess were told no free rides for magazine boys.
americahurrah.com /SanFrancisco/Memories/sfmemLibertyMag.html   (552 words)

 Liberty Magazine Reviews at Shopping.com
This magazine tackles subjects like gun control, excessive taxation, and the government's failed war on drugs, with a practical, sensible approach.
Each issue of Liberty magazine is separated into sections, starting with letters from readers; then, featured articles on Liberty- related issues; classified ads; and finally, notes on contributors.
On the negative side, this lack of advertising means that Liberty doesn't have a large source of revenue.
www.shopping.com /xPR-Liberty~RD-867265   (455 words)

 Liberty Literary Magazine, ECHS - Springfield, Ga.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Liberty, the literary magazine of ECHS, began publication in fall 2001.
All ECHS students are welcome to submit poetry, prose, photography, artwork, drawings, etc., for publication in Liberty.
Liberty is published in the spring of each school
www.effinghamschools.com /echs/echsnews/wectv/liberty.htm   (65 words)

 Liberty Magazine
This declaration, however, was weakened by an additional pronouncement which recognised that each member possessed 'absolute liberty to serve his country, at all times and in all places, in accord with the dictates of his personal conscientious conviction'.
It is ironic that while Adventists had insisted upon religious liberty, they did not raise a voice against the persecution of countless Jews.
At a time when German Adventists were publishing the religious liberty magazine Kirche und Staat (an outside observer noticed its primary purpose as being the opposition to the Sunday laws), they kept quiet about the 1933 purges when hundred were murdered, and they said nothing against the persecution of Jews or about the occupied territories.
www.adventistas.com /marco2001/libertyarticle.htm   (1206 words)

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