Natural Law

Natural Law doctrine asserts the existence of objective right and wrong in nature, affirming the notion that rights are inherent to the individual. Natural rights are inalienable, self-evident, and thus not granted by a king or government. The philosophy sees morality and law as virtually inseparable, asserting the sovereignty of the individual and the consequences that amount from right or wrong actions. Natural law set the foundation of English common law and American jurisprudence. The Founders applied its principles when writing the Declaration of Independence as well as the Constitution and Bill of Rights. During the 18th Century Age of Reason Natural Law was promoted by philosophers such as John Locke, Thomas Paine, and Sir William Blackstone.

President Donald Trump speaking at 2018 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

American Madness in The Trump Era

There is much to be said about the election of President Donald Trump in 2016. Many conservatives who voted for him, including the evangelicals, only did so because of the pathetic options they had. It was either Hillary or Trump—you choose. Do you want a president who will try taking your Second Amendment right away, …

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