Henry Martyn RobertHenry Martyn Robert, (1837-1923) American soldier, engineer, and author of "Robert's Rules of Order", which became the most widely used manual of parliamentary procedure and remains today the most common parliamentary authority in the United States

Henry Martyn Robert Quote

“Where there is no law, but every man does what is right in his own eyes, there is the least of liberty.”

Henry Martyn RobertHenry Martyn Robert
~ Henry Martyn Robert

Ratings and Comments

Mike, Norwalk

"the laws of nature and of nature's God" ((Declaration of Independence) at times referenced as natural law) reign supreme, no matter man's compliance or rejection thereof. Keynesian economics is an excellent example of man's organized rejection of natural law (ultimately resulting in economic destruction, pain and integrity loss). Applied theocratic socialism is another prime example of ultimate chaos and destruction when confronted with natural law's supremacy. Personal action (individually or in concert) is criminal when it violates natural law  no matter carnal man's perceptions or practices.

jim k, Austin

Live and let live. People can do as they please as long as it's not hurtful to anyone.


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