A Very Good Explaination Of Natural Rights

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The only exception I would make to what he says is that you do not have to be a Libertarian to believe in the vision of the Constitution, you can be of any political stripe as long as you restrain your vision of things not enumerated to the federal govt. to your own state where the sovereignty lies.

In Liberty,
Tim Reeves
Tim Reeves is the State Chapter Coordinator for the Oregon Tenth Amendment Center.

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3 responses to “A Very Good Explaination Of Natural Rights”

  1. I have to agree, the current government of the US, has taken many wrong turns when it comes to securing liberty for the American citizens. To be fair to Jefferson, he did say that "among these", so it could be assumed that he simply picked the 3 easiest to defend.

  2. Kenji Li says:

    He makes a great point about how he changed "property" to "the pursuit of happiness" for that reason, but to be fair the government doesn't seem to have any problem whatsoever trampling over the constitutional rights they have and doing whatever they feel like. To this day, they ARE violating our natural rights as human beings. He did make the mistake of leaving out "property", but if he saw how it was now, we can assume he would have revised it much further to prevent this.

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