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Welcome to the Road to Concord (RTC)

With my recent post on the RNL, I thought it might be appropriate to post a quick welcome to those of you just finding my blog.  This blog page is dedicated to teaching the fundamental principles of individual rights and liberty: Natural Rights, Natural Law and the Social Contract.

Unless it is cited otherwise, everything you find on this page is my original work.  It builds on and off of the work done by far greater thinkers than I, but it contains is based primarily on my own reasoning and understanding of the concepts I discuss.  I plan to keep building on this page.  The hope is that, eventually, this will not only become a useful place to learn about the principles of liberty, but also a trust resource for doing further research into our nation’s history and heritage.

I hope you will find some value in my efforts.  If you do, then I ask that you please help me spread the word by sharing this page with your friends and family.  Please, feel free to comment and, if you like, re-post anything you find here.  All I ask is that you cite the source and, if you wouldn’t mind, link back to this page.  Thanks 🙂

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7 responses to “Welcome to the Road to Concord (RTC)

  1. Awesome blog, just the kind of blog I’ve been looking for. If we don’t understand our rights and how they came to be then we can’t protect them.

    • Thanks, Phoebe. I’m just trying my best to serve my fellow man by sharing what I have learned over many years of studying the founding principles of liberty, as well as what is far too often very dark and troubling material to read — the justification of tyranny. I have found that, far too often, the line between them is very narrow and easily blurred and — like you so truthfully point out — if we do not have a firm understanding of what differentiates the two, we can easily find ourselves on the wrong side of right.

  2. Reblogged this on Phoebe's Detention Room and commented:
    Awesome blog that everyone should read in order to truly understand what your rights are and how they came to be, in understanding how they came to be will give us a better understanding on how to protect them.

  3. It said you moderated comments before posting……

    You moderate me and I’ll come getcha …. :- ) .

    Will send your link as far and wide as I can !

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