Rule Of Law (click here)

by Chris | April 26th, 2009

Consistent, independent and uniform application of the law is critical to a free and prosperous society. 

Our Constitution is not a living breathing document that changes to mimic the contemporary social theories.  Rather it is a mooring to which our freedom is tethered and should that tether be severed our nation will be set adrift in the sea tossed about and controlled by those with the greatest power.


2 Responses to “Rule Of Law (click here)”

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  2. Thank you for your blog and for giving us a chance to speak up about the importance of our Constitution and the Rule of Law.

    For too long our Constitution has been under attack in both the academic world and the government…and for too long we have not fought hard enough to stop it. Those who would like to destroy this country through ‘change’ have divided Americans by threatening to call us names (racist, bigot, religious, etc)…and being uncomfortable with being called a name, we have shut up.

    We have been silent too long and must now take a stand for founding principles of this nation spelled out in the Constitution. We must NOT acquiesce any longer with a government who ignores the rule of law and the Constitution.

    If we are to keep our Republic and our voice, we must no longer be afraid of being called a name; we must come together and with one loud voice proclaim loudly that we will not go quietly into the night of socialism, fascism, or any other ism.

    Acquiesce – to agree or comply with something in a passive or reserved way; to assent tacitly; submit or comply silently or without protest; agree; consent

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