Individual liberty and the constitution cannot coexist.Submitted by Absolute Rights on Sat, 08/23/2014 - 01:19
The Federal constitution grant enormous power to the federal government, including the authority to decide the outcome of any conflict it is involved with.
The State constitutions grant total power to the state legislature and reserve just a few "rights" to the individual.
Achieving individual liberty is as simple as 1,2,3:
1)Constitutionally restrict the power of EVERY government that occupies OUR continent. (no we don't have that now)
-Divest them of the power to initiate nonconsensual harm.
-Divest them of the power to regulate our contracts.
-Divest them of the power to license our work.
-Divest them of the power to grant blanket limited liability status.
-Divest them of the power to tax.
-Divest them of the power to conscript.
-Essentially, limit them to managing certain infrastructure.
2) Have an truly INDEPENDENT judiciary.(no we don't have that now)
-Where all parties have EQUAL standing.
-A true grand jury
-A true independent magistrate handle proceedings
-A true disinterested jury our peers
3) Make certain the individual has an absolute right to have with them armaments equal to any prevailing military force and to use them against any initiator of nonconsensual harm...regardless of who they are.(no we don't have that now)
To achieve meaningful legal reform...individual liberty, we must start by altering the source documents. Otherwise we will always be at the mercy of the latest tyrant, always hoping we will have merciful and benevolent rulers.
Lets stop the cycle.