The idea of property has evolved from its starting place as a fundamental right toward a secondary right subject to regulation and control of both the state and federal government.
How did the founders view this, and what hints did they give us to protect these rights?
Two volcanoes have exploded on St Vincent, an island in the Caribbean. One blew its top, spewing ash in the air and making it hard to survive. As of the 12th of April, the volcanoes have been exploding for four days, but no one has died yet (1). “Roughly 16,000 people who live in communities close to the volcano had been evacuated under government orders on Thursday, but an unknown number have remained behind and refused to move.” (2) But did they really refuse to move, or is that misinformation?Read More
Freedom will not last unless future generations understand why it is so important and how to protect it.Read More
It’s voting day in the 2028 election cycle. You sent your ballot in, or voted in the way of your choice. You’re 100% sure that your candidate is going to win. They are the only legitimate candidate, and there’s no way someone who died 6 years ago can win the election. The results finally come out 30 days later your candidate lost by a huge margin to the other person. You ask yourself how this could have happened. They died 6 years ago and obviously can’t take the presidency.Read More