His master’s voice?

The old Latin adage holds that “vox populorum est vox dei” — the voice of the people is the voice of God (or the god). Vox Popoli, however, is the voice of Vox Day, the WorldNetDaily and Universal Press Syndicate commentator, apparently intended to be confused with “vox dei.” Vox bills himself as a novelist and Christian libertarian, advertising Glenn Reynolds’ speculation that he is “the love child of William F. Buckley and Ayn Rand.”
I believe that Vox is originally from Minnesota and I know that he is a frequent guest on our Northern Alliance Radio Network show, where he is a favorite of the guys at Fraters Libertas, who hold the whip hand during the show’s third hour.

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