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Secession and Revolution

Neither a state, a group of states, nor any other group in the United States of America has the right to secede from the Union. The process for secession follows a similar pattern as that of states being granted statehood. … Continue reading

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Principles of Society

What are laws? Laws are rules that are based on the values of the rulers in a society. What is a society? A society is a group of more than one person that is bound by the Principles of Society, … Continue reading

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Secondary Rights

In addition to our primary natural rights of life, liberty, and property, there are also secondary rights that are necessary to ensure those primary rights under a government. John Locke clarified the relationship between men and a just government when … Continue reading

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The Fallacy of Gun Control

I think most of us miss the boat, when it comes to gun control. People have some blinders on when talking about the subject on either side that does not help a factual argument. Although I concede that most of … Continue reading

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The Right to Bear Arms

(I have provided some related sources at the end of this blog for your reading enjoyment.) There were three basic purposes behind the Second Amendment: 1) Protection of the State against outside aggression; 2) Protection against internal aggression; and 3) … Continue reading

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Restoring Liberty

In previous posts, I have discussed our primary rights (individual rights to life, liberty, and property) and their origins (from our Creator). I talked about the necessity of a belief that our rights were granted by our Creator in order … Continue reading

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Universal Principles–Life, Liberty, Property, and Sacrifice

There are four universal principles that are particularly relevant to the functioning of society. They are: Order, Autonomy, Industry, and Sacrifice. Each of these principles are interrelated with each other and there is much overlap between them. This is the … Continue reading

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