As it is currently structured, the corporation is a threat to liberty. I understand that there are many people who will disagree with this statement. Never the less, it is absolutely true. As it is currently structured, the corporation is a threat the liberty and the rule of law. This is because the current structure … Continue reading APPLIED NATURAL LAW: Dealing with the Problem of Corporations
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
In an earlier post, I explained the legal procedure for changing or replacing our current form of government. As the Constitution is actually law, any person, group of persons or organizations which attempt to change, alter or get around the Constitution without going through the described process for changing it are guilty of committing the … Continue reading PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: An Attack on the Social Contract is Defined as Subversion
How many of us remember this man and this speech? https://youtu.be/xxHyxP6qbBk That 'intellectual elite' about which Reagan spoke is in charge of the majority of our government and social institutions. With the exception of our elected representatives, this 'elite' is self-appointed. They have risen to power though nepotism and cronyism: both of which bely their … Continue reading POINTS TO PONDER: Can the Rest of the World Stay Free and Prosperous if America Looses the 2nd Amendment?
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?’