Actions and Words

A deranged person, or persons, has delivered multiple items resembling bombs to well-known political figures.  This action fuels “left” verus “right” and “provocative rhetoric” banter.   Despite motive, this action is deplorable.  Despite political affiliation, this person is against America’s principles.  Despite influence, this party is accountable.  People are responsible for their actions.

Delivering bombs breaches the US social contract and sooner or later the person or group involved will lose their rights.

Accountability leads liberty

A good friend of mine was deeply troubled by the unscrupulous and scurrilous accusations directed at Judge Kavanaugh.  They made her mad enough that she was motivated to action; not only did she contact her senators, but she also exhorted those of us gathered to contact our congressional delegation as well.  Her concern centered around the neglect of due process.  I share her concern, and I did contact my senators.  Due process exemplifies that accountability is necessary for liberty.

Freedom ain’t free

Good day,

Corrupt governments across all time and the entire world necessitate that like minded, yet demographically diverse, people band together to preserve a civilization that loves Health and Wellbeing; Justice and Education; Discourse and Religion; and, overall, Responsibility and Liberty.  All legitimate governments promote these objectives and outcomes because they follow the natural order of the universe.  In this age, it is time to renew our individual and collective commitment to our Father and His Son by refusing to accept overwhelming oppression forced on us by corruption.

Every person has a duty before God and His Son to learn, expound on, and apply His eternal principles because it is God’s gift to all mankind. However, it is the stated intent of every government in existence today to replace God with slavery. Therefore, it is every person’s duty to reject this subjugation. For example, every government has abandoned private property ownership, the core of self-determination, through excessive taxation and confiscation. All governments are eroding self-reliance by restricting inalienable rights: some of which are freedom of speech, the right to bear arms, and the obligation of each person to pay for their own consumption. All governments are decreasing individual security by crucifying the moral homogeneity of their people. A government that does not promote self-determination, self-reliance, and the safety and security of their constituents, is a failed government.

This is a call to discuss how a new government can and will be formed when there is no new land and most people struggle to survive from day-to-day. To join the discussion, please send me your credentials – the facts that support your commitment to the absolute and objective moral principles of our Creator and Savior – at I humbly submit my request and enumeration of principles as being self-evident of my commitment.

May God’s will be done on earth as it is in heaven,