Declaration of Independence

Understanding the Difference Between Liberty And Freedom

Understanding the Difference Between Liberty

And Freedom in Our Founding Documents

Will Help Us Regain What We Have Lost

by

Jim Noorlander

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The Founding Father's view on Religious Freedom

Founding Fathers view on Religious Freedom

Of primary importance to the Founding Fathers was their belief that all religions should be protected by law whether Christian or non-Christian.  This is the first time that this premise of religious equality had been protected by law, a legal charter or constitution.  The Founding Fathers felt that religious freedom was paramount to the functioning of a moral free society.

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Why Make Laws? What is Law Anyway?

Why Make Laws?

In order to understand what law is and why laws should be written, one must understand that there is a fourth unalienable not found in theDeclaration of Independence. That is the natural right to protect and defend ones’ life, liberty and property.

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Either You Believe in Freedom and Equality or You Don’t!

Either You Believe in Freedom and Equality or You Don’t!

Every question and issue in the domain of current events comes back to the basic question as to whether or not you believe in freedom or not and whether you believe in equality or not.

At the core of this question is whether or not you believe in the three unalienable rights found in the Declaration of Independence:

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George Washington - A Case of Character Part 2

George WashingtonGeorge Washington

In March of 1783, even though the British had surrendered about a year and a half earlier, George Washington’s troops were still on active duty. Congress had failed to pay them and establish a fully functional government.

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