Ms. Elizabeth Ward Nottrodt likes to write letters to the editor, and for that we are grateful. We like to circle back to first principles at ACRU, and Ms. Nottrodt’s latest Washington Times letter on foundational property rights vs. anti-rule of law destructive Marxism is right on the money. Property rights rule no. 1? “Don’t touch other peoples’ stuff.”
The Coronavirus and its associated restrictions have been a great challenge to our civil liberties. We must remain vigilant against the virus, but we also must safeguard our freedoms against some governors and local officials who find the virus a great opportunity to commit tyranny. This piece by two medical experts helps draw the line between reclaiming our liberty and securing our safety.
As human beings, we all have certain natural rights. Of the rights we possess, we have a right to delegate them to government.
It makes sense if you’ve left your brain in San Francisco.