APPLIED NATURAL LAW: The Proper Way to Advocate for Change


In my last few posts, I have argued that the government has a duty to protect every citizen equally, and the support and preserve the world view upon which that government is built.  This is all part of the Social Contract.  In the U.S., we know this Social Contract as The U.S. Constitution.  However, in my last post, where I argue that the government has a duty to support, preserve and defend the world view upon which it is based, I no doubt opened the door to objections based on the freedom of speech.  In this post, I propose to argue the specifics of how one can advocate for a change in society without violating the principles of Natural Law and, therefore, the Social Contract that allows free speech in the first place.

Before we can determine the proper way to advocate for social change, we need to…

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