Tuesday, January 12, 2010

1. The Only Reliable Basis for Sound Government and Just Human Relations is Natural Law.

This principle is controversial because it has an element of religious belief. The idea of “unalienable rights” is what creates the ruckus. Are human beings vested with rights that attach to them when they are born, or when other human beings grant them rights?

The Founding Fathers made it clear: Our rights come to us as human beings as a consequence of natural law. They are “unalienable.”

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