Rights and Duties

Note: It should be rendered Life (Future), Liberty (Present), and the Pursuit of Happiness (Past) A Fundamental Natural RIGHT is only a right which everyone can simultaneously claim and/or exercise without forcing another to serve their needs, goals or purposes. A fundamental natural DUTY is only a duty which one owes everyone else simultaneously because […]

What are the differences between Fundamental Rights/Duties and Civil “Rights”/Duties?

A Fundamental Natural Right is only a right which everyone can simultaneously claim and/or exercise without forcing another to serve their needs, goals or purposes. Inseparable from fundamental rights is the concept of fundamental duties. With every fundamental right, there is a corresponding fundamental duty. Rights and Duties are as inseparable themselves as those very rights and […]

The Power is in the People, and Authority is originally in the Individual; Only Three Possible Roles for Government…

What is government? And what is its purpose? When you take a second to think about it, a government is simply a legal fiction. It doesn’t tangibly exist. But for now, think of government as a small number of people hired by the people at large to carry out specifically authorized services for them. Government […]

The Three Spheres of Society; Humility Necessary for a Correct Understanding of the Limited Nature of Legitimate Legal Action

There are three interconnecting spheres to any and every society. The legal sphere, the moral sphere, and the ethical sphere. Every issue that comes about in society will reside in one, sometimes two, and sometimes in all three. The questions and answers as to why that is the case should lead to a much clearer […]

Freedom or Bust Video Update / What are Fundamental Rights and Duties? A brief synopsis…

Fundamental, natural rights are those rights which everyone can simultaneously claim and/or exercise without forcing another to serve their needs or purposes. Here are the exact definitions of the words unalienable, and inalienable: Inalienable is defined “as incapable of being surrendered or transferred; at least without one’s consent.” (Morrison v. State, Mo. App., 252 S.W.2d, 101, author’s emphasis) Unalienable means […]

Do we only have a RIGHT to “throw off” tyrannical government? A quick look at a basic example of a right’s corresponding duty…

What is a tyrannical government?  Have you ever wondered that? Would would be a good working definition of “tyranny”? The 1828 Noah Webster Dictionary defines tyranny, in part, as the “Arbitrary or despotic exercise of power; the exercise of power over subjects and others with a rigor not authorized by law or justice, or not […]