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A great quote. Considering the events of the last little while, it appears by MSM imagery and government representations, most the nation is goose stepping in harmony with "Progressive" chaos and destruction. There is a cadence of liberty playing far away by a different drummer. My choice is to step to that distant music.

Mike, Norwalk

Not just county commissioners but ecclesiastical seminaries (government schools K-college graduate), State extensions (such as corporations, llcs, etc.) and any/all public arenas.

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Where the "Decision" uses the PC "she" instead of the legally accepted male expression of the specie, is there an alternative understanding that is not obvious on the face of the published finding? Corporations, LLCs, and other legal entities are extensions of the State (local, State, Federal, etc.), a long with most ecclesiastical seminaries (K through graduate degrees government schools) regularly violate the here subject decision.

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Mike, Norwalk Robert, Sarasota (7/3/20)

A socialist's perspective of there being NO natural law (gravity, physics, science with a continuing organic topic that covers life, liberty, property, etc.) and an equal relation thereto, vs.— an incomplete myopic view of the collectivist's comparison and explanation to his carnal existence.

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Mike, Norwalk Waffler, Smith (6/30/20)

WOW Waffler. So, you believe Divinely endowed natural law (gravity, physics that which defines life, liberty and property) is not reality. I say hmmm, okay. Waffler, I smile (almost audibly) with my bowed head shaking without the 10th plank of the communist manifesto we would turn back to the middle ages? As Mr. Douglas based his observation on, people were / are far more educated without government's "Progressive" forced / duming down theocratic dogma. When "Progressives / Collectivists" speak of disease control, they only focus on economic disaster and further demise of the government's chattel (a once noble We The People). A real question why do "Progressives / Collectivists" hate / despise individual sovereignty, inalienable rights, liberty, natural law and prosperity and find so intriguing equality in slavery?  

Mike, Norwalk

The definition is broad enough to include helots, serfs and slaves that rationalize their existence. By example: slaves believe they can purchase more freedom by adding to their government license list, pay tribute to conquering gods (2nd plank of the communist manifesto) or genuflect in obedience to victimless crimes.

Mike, Norwalk

Editor, thank you for re-posting this. So absolutely timely with communists taking over Amerikan cities, shutting down the nation and the MSM disparaging the character of those who would speak concerning individual sovereignty, inalienable rights, liberty, natural law and/or justice. Americans that are doing no wrong are now being forced by fear, to shut their minds and close their mouths, ALL Americans (free people everywhere) are in eminent peril.

Mike, Norwalk

Barr's statement was accurate until he mentioned the federal system. The federal system was never intended to allow or disallow individuals; or, enable people to move.

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I'm not sure how to rate this; 5 stars for intellectual/academic accuracy or a thumbs down for application accuracy. The comment, as a stand a lone exposé speaks volumes as explaining the simple mindlessness, shallowness and destructive focus of the current communists (antifa, BLM, etc.).

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Mike, Norwalk Raymong Reed Hardy, Green Bay, Wisconsin (6/8/20)

Raymong, your comment was incomplete, it should read: "All men and women are created equal BEFORE THE LAW". Government's duty exists within a very limited fundamental legal premise in a “republican form of government” that is: nemo dat quod non haben = You can’t give what you don’t have: Such such legal absolute and ideal are antithetical to socialism (communism to fascism, etc.) and democracy.

A “right”, as concerns the being man is: tangible matter’s inherent and inalienable preeminent prerogative to act without restriction at / in each and every, any and all way(s) within/at organic justice, natural law/the law of nature, equity, life, liberty, property and happiness. A right, being completely outside man’s lawful, moral and ethical administrative authority, power and prowess elucidates through that separate and equal station within the powers of the earth which exists as an absolute at / by / within “the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God”. Rights are unique to the individual (emanating from the “being”, rights are NOT, nor can they be: social, collective, or dependent on others). Rights are Divinely endowed by nature’s Creator (lawfully / legally / morally outside corporeal man’s legislative, executive and judicial authority, power and prowess to adversely regulate, injuriously affect, limit or otherwise deleteriously act upon – only by despots through tyranny are rights deleteriously acted upon).

Your "should" list of rights do not exist by definition at law. Your "should" list only exists at a religions moral dogma.

Mike, Norwalk

The occupying statist theocracy infesting this land is rapidly destroying a once hoped for representative republic at natural law by socialism's dogmas, canons and otherwise implementations. The demonic socialists in charge, pick and choose from elements of communism and/or fascism, depending what destructive tool fits best at the time.

Mike, Norwalk

Way to much else needs be said here to give a relevant rating. The focus is on what aspect of "modern society" (what society)? What division of labor? (define labor) "Peace" needs here be defined with the conditions thereof. Etc., etc., etc.

Mike, Norwalk

OK, I don't think leisure is a cause of evils but more accurately a time provider of opportunity (a lot of work takes away that time element). The paid terrorists of current riots shows that even a lot of hard work can result in evils. Evils go more to the heart of an individual rather than to time related cause / effect.

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If a monarch didn't intensely labor at the industry of lording over, such carnal god would lose their enforced dominance.

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Welcome to the new normal.

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I like it a lot. There is opposition in all things with, our experiences (good, bad, easy, hard, indifferent, etc.) making us strong (if we learn from them and prosper from/let them).

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I also believe in the dignity of labor, whether with head or hand. If the quote would have ended at the semicolon, it would have to be rated with a 5 plus stars. It is true also that the world owes no man a living BUT! ! !, who is this world, can I subpoena him to court or determine anything of his natural being or nature? NO! ! !  AND   this fictions phantasm, "world" OWES no man an opportunity to make a living. Does the element "owe" of a contract exist with both parties signatures agreeing to the deal? The telling of multiple truths to believe an overall lie is a heinous misdirection in the destruction of inalienable rights, liberty, law and justice.

Mike, Norwalk

The current war on an advertised virus is an excellent example of the quote's overall point; while, there are many essential acts of war  destruction seems to be at the vast majority thereof. Morals, ethics, religion and lifestyles are not necessarily products of labor while existing as essential acts of destruction. Designer wars, such as on drugs, poverty, etc. destroys much more than the advertised focus. Wars on love, truth, knowledge, inalienable rights, liberty, etc. such as being currently waged by the occupying statist theocracy infesting this land on a once free people cycles through destruction of human lives / products of human labor then, products of human labor / human lives.

Mike, Norwalk

With Archer  I wish it were that narrow and that easy.

Mike, Norwalk

The quote illuminates a good progressive socialist’s goose step harmony with his gods, understanding well enslavement of an opiate condition - such as, demoralization (making immoral the norm) and indoctrinating the demoralized with a state of victimization. Such associated mental condition(s) becomes the premise of the statist theocracy. By said dogma: “Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions. It is the opium of the people.” (Karl Marx) The more the fatalist religion grows, the greater the individual striving will be for such opiate sacraments like human sacrifice. The macabre death cults’ goals include centralized enforcement of home arrests (obedience through plausible belief trappings) and the demise of individuals, economies, inalienable rights, liberty and “the laws of nature and of nature’s God” (Declaration of Independence).

Mike, Norwalk

Today, now that "capital" (as the author uses it), "economic enterprise" (major corporations, banks, etc.) and the "state" have all become one, there is "NO" real dialogue, reasoning or investigation of eternal ideas concerning the here context "labor"   (there is only, and at best, empty lip service).

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I'm not quite sure how to rate this. I can put definitions to the quote where 5 stars would not be enough while on the other hand, a thumb's down doesn't do it justice either. Context would help. Jackson was one of those love or hate him kind of people  except for rare exceptions, he was not the greatest advocate of rights or liberty.

Mike, Norwalk

The “source”, at natural law (with a de jure common law application), prevents arbitrary power in and of itself. A “republican form of government” (Article IV Section 4 U.S. Constitution) is guaranteed at “the laws of nature and of nature’s God (Declaration of Independence) when each and every, any and all source of limiting power is recognized by/to the individual sovereign's nemo dat quod non haben = can not give that which is not had (as an individual sovereign, I do not possess the lawful authority or power to limit another's rights or liberty). Arbitrary power is rationalized and exercised by enslaved dupes’ allegiance and obedience to an inorganic / intangible / tyrannical phantasm (collective, democracy, religion, etc.). Solely limiting power to an existing arbitrary phantasm (government) without recognizing the true and lawful source of all authority and power is like closing the barn door after the horses have already got out.

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Mike, Norwalk Waffler, Smith, Arkansas (5/8/20)

Waffler, you have once again lied  I have NEVER admitted that the USA is democracy. The tyranny that is a democracy is more apparent at present while that may be more attributable to voter fraud. Ecclesiastical propagators (MSM) spew that even the current in-house arrests are justified by democracy rule (that is a lie also). The "laws of nature and of nature's God" (Declaration of Independence) are diametrically opposed to a democracy. Such natural laws concerns each and every (gravity for a very clear example) while a democracy is an immoral / unconstitutional enslavement of the collective whole.

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Mike, Norwalk maggie, leslie (5/8/20)

maggie, why the thumb's down? No liberty lover would disagree with your comment BUT, what does that have to do with the accuracy of the quote? If you were trying a misdirection justification for current liberals  it didn't work ;-)

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