PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: Once Again, a ‘Conservative/Libertarian’ Shoots at the Stars and Misses the Sky

I was listening to talk radio again this morning.  I have had an increasingly difficult time doing so lately.  The more I learn about the past, the more I understand why things happen the way they do today -- and the more my eyes open.  The more my eyes open, the less and less I … Continue reading PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: Once Again, a ‘Conservative/Libertarian’ Shoots at the Stars and Misses the Sky

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PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: What Is ‘Natural Law?’

Before I explain how I define Natural law, I want to make something clear to the reader.  A great deal of what I write on The Road to Concord is the result of my own reasoning.  As I have posted elsewhere, I hold a BA in philosophy.  So, naturally, I am familiar with many of … Continue reading PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: What Is ‘Natural Law?’

BASIC PRECEPTS: The ‘Devil-in-the-Details’ of ‘Objective Reality’

I have been reading a great deal about the modern notion that there is no  'objective' reality.  By that, I mean a state of reality that exists independent of our own perceptions or beliefs.  Discoveries in the field of quantum mechanics have lead many to believe that reality is not fixed until we actually observe … Continue reading BASIC PRECEPTS: The ‘Devil-in-the-Details’ of ‘Objective Reality’

APPLIED NATURAL LAW: The Proper Way to Handle Corporate Involvement in Public Debates

We have seen a rise in legal battles where one business is forced to act in a way contrary to the beliefs of its owners, yet another business is permitted to act in a way that tramples on the Natural Rights of the public, in general.  This is just one of the latest examples of … Continue reading APPLIED NATURAL LAW: The Proper Way to Handle Corporate Involvement in Public Debates

LESSONS IN LOGIC: The Importance of the ‘Definition’

Regular readers will note that I often start a post by focusing on the definition of a word or term that is going to be discussed.  This is because the meaning assigned to a word is usually the foundation to whatever argument is being made.  However, that meaning can often be the strongest defense or … Continue reading LESSONS IN LOGIC: The Importance of the ‘Definition’

PUBLIC DEBATES: We don’t Know Our Rights

As regular readers may be aware, I listen to Glenn Beck.  I do not listen because I agree with him on all of his opinions (truth is, I seldom agree with him), but because I find that he is one of the few voices in media who is honestly seeking Truth.  Although I believe he … Continue reading PUBLIC DEBATES: We don’t Know Our Rights

PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: Gun Control is a Violation of Natural Law

The issue of gun control is not difficult to understand -- not when we look at it from the position of Natural Law.  If you have a moment, I'll demonstrate: 1 -- Under the Principles of Natural Law, we are all born with Natural Rights.  This means our rights are inalienable: or, in other words, … Continue reading PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: Gun Control is a Violation of Natural Law