The Social Contract is based on the notion that government is formed by agreement between the citizens of a nation, and that, because it was created by the People, if the government violates the terms of that contract, the People … Continue reading
Any nation that hopes to remain free — in fact, any nation that hopes to remain, period — must honor the debt it owes to its soldiers. They are the men and women who go to fight in the place … Continue reading
I believe the War of Northern Aggression (‘Civil War’ to the North) is an excellent example of the points I have been trying to make in my last two posts here on the Road to Concord, and my most recent … Continue reading
A reader posted a comment in my previous post that deserves a thoughtful reply. In his comment, he pointed out that I am actually making the case that the North was and remains in the wrong for its aggression against … Continue reading
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Many of you may have read those words before, but have you ever read the greater context of the quote from which they come? What country before ever existed a century and a half without a rebellion? And what country … Continue reading
One of the biggest problems with trying to help people see the effects of Natural Law ‘in the real world’ is that people have a difficult time seeing past a particular event to the principle driving it. In the case … Continue reading
We have more than 20+ million illegal aliens in this nation and our current Administration has been using tax payer money to advertise for more. Yes, Obama has taken money that was allocated — by Congress — for other purposes … Continue reading