Are Christians Selfish With Our Liberties?

An IPS CommentaryBy Mike Winther, President of the Institute for Principle Studies Are Christian Selfish With Our Liberties? As the “stay-at-home” orders and other government restrictions on movement and assembly have continued, many churches have become frustrated at the limitations on their corporate worship.  As a result, many church bodies have made statements or drafted documents that are asking public … Read More

What Happened to Separation of Powers?

An IPS Commentary By Mike Winther, President of the Institute for Principle Studies What Happened to Separation of Powers? Much of the news over the past six weeks has focused on the efforts of our governors and our President to contain the impact and the spread of the novel coronavirus.  There is considerable debate about whether the anti-virus measures are … Read More

Crisis, Economics and the Compromise of Principle

An IPS Commentary By Mike Winther, President of the Institute for Principle Studies Crisis, Economics and the Compromise of Principle As I write this, the world is in the middle of the Covid-19 epidemic and Congress has just passed an economic relief bill with an advertised price tag of about 2.2 trillion dollars.  This is an amount roughly equal to … Read More

COVID-19 & the Economy

IPS President, Mike Winther, was interviewed on Modesto’s local talk radio program, PowerTalk1360.  The topic was, “Coronavirus and the Constitution”. Due to the time constraints of talk radio programming, many listeners were asking for more.  In response to these requests, Mike recorded two audio segments of additional commentary. The second audio segment is below. Like What You Heard?

COVID-19 & the Constitution

IPS President, Mike Winther, was interviewed on Modesto’s local talk radio program, PowerTalk1360.  The topic was, “Coronavirus and the Constitution”. Due to the time constraints of talk radio programming, many listeners were asking for more.  In response to these requests, Mike recorded two audio segments of additional commentary. The first audio segment is below. Like What You Heard?