Individual Liberty

Individual liberty is an inherent right of Natural Law based on the principle of personal sovereignty. One has liberty to the extent that she does not infringe on the liberties of others. From the natural consequences of cause and effect, a person is responsible for her actions and can pursue life, liberty and happiness to the fullest extend within the limits of doing no harm to another. Further, individual liberty is a hallmark ideology from American heritage, largely inspired by the 18th Century Enlightenment, that cultivated prosperity and freedom in the United States.

San Diego Downtown harbor at sunset during winter showing docked boats and the city skyline in the distance.

California Can Have the Madness, I’m Done

I am absolutely sick and tired of the Peoples Republic of California, the socialist multicultural nightmare that used to be a coveted place. Though California is still beautiful, and not all conditions are detestable, it has gone downhill substantially from an economic, cultural, and moral standpoint. I’ve lived here in the Golden State for over …

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Why I Get Up at 0445 Most Mornings

Getting up early in the morning has important benefits. A key feature is the realization that you are awake before everyone else, thus giving your productivity an edge. While they are all asleep, you are making things happen, sharpening your axe, and burning the lamp oil. Thus getting up super early affects both your overall …

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