|Liberty, Sovereignty, and the Doctrine
of Social Contract|
This document was most recently revised on Friday, October
| ^ ||Abandonment
Here are a few suggestions for low risk assaults on the regulatory
| ^ ||Anarchy, Monarchy, Malarkey
There are many ways to view government. It might be viewed as
a degenerate form of anarchy. It might be regarded as a natural consequence
of people's unwillingness to solve their own problems. As it happens,
those are both reasonable interpretations.
| ^ ||Census
The Constitution for the United States of America places upon
the Congress an obligation to conduct a census. Does the obligation
extend beyond the Congress? Does it apply to people?
| ^ ||Personal Sovereignty
I originally wrote this little essay in response to a solicitation
from National Public Radio for submissions to their revived
This I Believe
program. Of course, they never broadcast my submission. I eventually
reformatted it into this essay.
| ^ ||The Long And Winding
Doctrine: Social Contract
In this essay, I combined two concepts: the Doctrine of Social
Contract and the corporate nature of constitutional government. The
synthesis of these two ideas results in a new understanding of the legitimate
boundaries of lawful government.