Ken Starr — and a bygone era

Source: The Price of Liberty
by Nathan Barton

“Although we here at The Price of Liberty did not agree with brother Starr on some things, politically, governmentally, or religiously, he was still a person who always strove to do what was right both in the sight of the Lord, in keeping with principles both of liberty and the Constitution, and certainly in love and respect for others. Even when that meant being condemned by all sides over various stands he took. … But he failed in many things because he could not (or would not) see clearly the true character of human government as an enemy both of God and of liberty, and tried to make something work that was broken beyond human repair.” (09/18/22)