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PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: There is NO ‘Fairness’ Under Natural Law

Now that I have addressed the principles of Natural Law as they relate to money, I think we need to address the notion of ‘fairness.’  In general, whenever we hear someone talking about ‘fairness,’ we can assume they probably mean … Continue reading

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PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: The Other Side of the Social Contract

In the Bible, God makes covenants with His people.  He promises to do certain things for those who agree to and uphold their end of the covenant.  The Social Contract is no different: it is a covenant between every member … Continue reading

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PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: The Foundations of Money

“All the perplexities, confusion and distress in America arise not from defects in their Constitution or Confederation, nor from want of honor or virtue, so much as downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit, and circulation.” –John Adams If … Continue reading

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PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: Free Speech has Limits

With the killings in France, it has become popular for people in this country (The United States) to say “I am Charlie!”  But that is an ignorant statement.  Now, I understand that the people who are saying this mean well.  … Continue reading

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PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: Limits of the Social Contract

This nation was founded on the notion of the Social Contract.  Unfortunately, too few of us know what this is, let alone what its limitations are.  In fact, when it comes to the Social Contract, many people are completely ignorant … Continue reading

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PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: Democracy Violates Natural Law, thus, Democracy is Immoral

I am tired of hearing people talk about democracy as though it were a virtue.  It isn’t.  In fact, democracy is immoral!  This is also why I take offense to those who claim this nation is a democracy: it is … Continue reading

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PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: You are either Pro TEA Party, or You are Pro Tyranny (there’s no ‘middle ground’ on this issue)

Are you Pro TEA Party or Pro Tyranny, Slavery/Indentured Servitude, Lawlessness and Licentiousness?  Yes, I understand that it is fallacious to argue “You’re either for me or against me”  — except when there are only two sides to an issue.  … Continue reading