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
In my last few posts, I have argued that the government has a duty to protect every citizen equally, and the support and preserve the world view upon which that government is built. This is all part of the Social Contract. In the U.S., we know this Social Contract as The U.S. Constitution. However, in … Continue reading APPLIED NATURAL LAW: The Proper Way to Advocate for Change
In my last post, I argued that, under Natural Law, the government has a duty to support, preserve and defend the world view upon which it is built. In this post, I will argue for the way the government can properly do this without violating the Principles of Natural Law. The first thing we need … Continue reading APPLIED NATURAL LAW: The Proper Role of Govt. in Public Institutions
This may seem counter-intuitive, at least at first, but it is true. Under Natural Law, a government has a duty to support, preserve and defend the world view upon which it was founded. But why? Wouldn't this mean the government would be at odds with the will of the People if and when the People … Continue reading PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: The Government has a Duty to Support and Preserve the World View upon which It is Founded
"Here comes the orator! With his flood of words, and his drop of reason.*" -- Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard's Almanack, 1735 Have you ever heard someone say something to the affect of 'Words mean things?' I'm reasonably sure that all of us, at some point in our lives, have heard something similar to this, but … Continue reading ENEMIES OF LIBERTY: Destroy the Language, Destroy the Whole of Society
If you are in favor of gun control, I sincerely want to have a rational discussion with you. I have some questions that 'd like you to answer, but I want rational answers. By that, I mean I want reasonable answers; answers that will convince a rational person that your arguments are correct and your … Continue reading PUBLIC DEBATES: Why is Banning Guns Always the Only Acceptable Answer?
This is a fact: the NFL is not protest8ing, and this has nothing to do with social justice. The NFL is participating in open subversion of this Nation -- the very nation to which it owes its own existence. Why do I say this is a fact? Because it meets the definition of 'fact,' and … Continue reading LESSONS IN LOGIC: THE NFL ‘PROTESTS’ ARE NOT ABOUT SOCIAL JUSTICE