Tag Archive: ethics

Mar 27 2015

“Novus Ordo” Platform

“Novus Ordo Seclorum” are the Latin words on the great seal of the USA, which mean, “a new order for the ages”. We need a new platform of political objectives to create a new order. Limited government Free markets Lower taxes Higher ethics in government LIMITED GOVERNMENT The Constitution of the United States of America …

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Jul 01 2013

Tyranny is a Form of Terrorism

Terrorism is the act of using fear as psychological warfare. Tyranny is oppressive power usually concentrated in a small node of government. Terrorism is most often used as assymetric warfare, when a smaller attacking force cannot directly confront a larger force and must find alternative methods to inflict damage. Terrorism usually does inflict some conventional …

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Jun 21 2013

Liberty versus Freedom

Freedom and liberty – these two words are etched into our political core, but we tend to take them for granted, without examining what they actually mean. Freedom is the absence of restriction and control, while liberty implies a state of freedom, but with an added framework of responsibility and accountability added to it. Liberty, …

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Apr 14 2013

The Gun Show Loophole

At the center of the current debate over gun control is an issue known as the “gun show loophole”. Anybody who is in the business of selling firearms is a firearms “dealer” and must be licensed under federal law. (11) The term “dealer” means (A) any person engaged in the business of selling firearms at …

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Dec 29 2012

Arms Control is Un-Ethical

The club and the knife were most likely the first weapons developed in human history. Their primary purpose was to kill animals to provide food. By attaching a knife to a pole, as in either a spear or an arrow, the effectiveness of the knife can be extended. Then, some humans learned that they could …

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Aug 10 2012

Ethics Leads to Government

Ethics is the consideration of what is the right action to take. Ethics must begin with the primary consideration of self, but then rapidly expands outward to include others and groups of others. The primary consideration is for survival, and then moves outward to sustaining survival and then to enhancing survival. Apply this simple description …

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