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PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: Negations Cannot Coexist

If pressed, I suspect most people would object to this claim.  They would find examples such as positive and negative charges, good and bad, or the Left and Right in politics.  Unfortunately, they would be wrong.  Now, I understand why … Continue reading

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PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: The Individual Cannot Be Separated from the Organization

Have you ever heard someone say that they are attacking an organization, but not the people who belong to it?  For example: they might attack a political Party, but say that their attack does not apply to the members of … Continue reading

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A NATURAL LAW SOLUTION TO HEALTHCARE

If this society still understood and believed in the principles of Natural Law, the current argument over healthcare would be simple to resolve.  Here is a simple outline of how healthcare would look under Natural Law. Section One: No person … Continue reading

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UNDERSTANDING THE CONSTITUTION: Tomi Lahren is Wrong about Abortion and the Constitution

Tomi Lahren recently demonstrated that she does not understand nor support the Constitution.  She did this when she claimed she has to be ‘pro-choice’ or she cannot claim to support the Constitution.  She said that claiming to support the Constitution … Continue reading

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PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: Abortion is a Violation of Natural Law

The argument that a woman has a ‘right’ to abort her child because she has a right to control her body is a false argument — period!  This is a violation of Natural Law on several points.  It is past … Continue reading

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RULES FOR POSTING COMMENTS

This is my blog.  It is dedicated to the principles of Natural law — as our founders understood them (i.e. Locke, not Hobbs).  It is further dedicated to the manner by which our founders applied their understanding of Natural Law … Continue reading

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ON THE FREEDOM OF THE PRESS

I spend a great deal of time reading what our founders actually had to say about liberty, and the proper role of government.  I do not read what historians tell me the founders thought, mostly because I have learned those … Continue reading