The three rights of all mankind

What were your rights under the original understanding of the U.S. Constitution? We were born free with The three rights of all mankind. Here is the understanding of our rights under the original founding of the United States. According to the Declaration of Independence, Governments are instituted among men to secure Creator-endowed unalienable rights. You had a … Read more

All men are created equal

by Steven D. Miller If we are all created equal, why do others regulate every decision we make? Answer: we are equal until we consent to be governed. There are two ways to consent: take benefits or swear oaths. If you had known the Laws of Nature and the Laws of Nature’s God you would … Read more

What is the Purpose of Government?

The Declaration of Independence first sentence says that the Laws of Nature and the Laws of Nature’s God entitle the United States to exist. The Declaration goes on to say that governments are instituted among men to secure certain Creator-endowed unalienable rights. This is the continuing purpose of government. The Declaration also tells us what … Read more

September 17th is Constitution Day.

It was 233 years ago today that the Constitution was signed at Philadelphia. We have fallen far since then. Now 34% of Americans cannot name even one branch of government. And they vote. Do not be discouraged by ignorant voters. And DO NOT BE FOOLED by wacko politicians who want to play god. The U.S. … Read more

List of other topics on this website

List of other topics on this website: Is there an honest lawyer? Attorneys must attorn.  If you hire an attorney, you have confessed allegiance to their system. They cannot help you attack their feudal barbarism that enslaves you. All those lawyer jokes are a warning.  Yet the bar association insists that everyone knows that lawyers cannot … Read more

Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God

Systems of government exist within the laws of nature. The Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God are mentioned in the first sentence of the Declaration of Independence as the authority for the United States to exist.  It then says that governments are instituted among men to secure certain unalienable Creator-endowed rights.  But we now … Read more

Limited Government

The U.S. government’s limited authority is delegated only by the U.S. Constitution.  The U.S. government has no authority beyond what the Constitution delegated. No other source can delegate any authority to government. Voters and legislators cannot change the pre-existing authority into something else.  It is NOT a natural order of society to live under a centralized … Read more

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