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The Uniqueness of Western Law: Part 3 – Christianity Takes Up the Torch of Hellenistic Natural Law

The notion that the same rules apply to all men later found a home with the kings of Northern Europe.  These tribes still possessed that Indo-European culture of the rule of an, albeit, customary law and the right to resist… Continue Reading →

The Uniqueness of Western Law: Part 2 – The Roman Confusion of Natural Law

Natural law was famously developed further by the Roman lawyer, Cicero, but, whilst Roman civil law was mostly privately developed, the various Roman systems of government were not consistent examples of natural law in practise.  Roman law developed primarily between… Continue Reading →

The Uniqueness of Western Law: Part 1 – The Origins of Natural Law

When accordingly it is inquired, whence is evil, it must first be inquired, what is evil, which is nothing else than corruption, either of the measure, or the form, or the order, that belong to nature. – St. Augustine  … Continue Reading →

My Property is Personal; Your Property is Private

The Boy Who Cried ‘Hate’

While snowflakes were falling over San Antonio last night, snowflakes everywhere were in a flurry over the downfall of The Libertarian Catholic Facebook page. In an abrupt conclusion to what had been a tempestuous week, Facebook made the decision to… Continue Reading →

We’ve Been Censored on Facebook!

Some fragile little snowflake couldn’t handle the bold truth we provide on a daily basis, but instead of just ignoring us, he decided to report us and encourage others to report us as scam or misuse of intellectual property or… Continue Reading →

Personal and Private Property: A Sociopath’s Distinction

In the recent “discussion” on our Facebook page about the Ramen Rich Girl, we posted a clever meme that we thought was pretty funny: All the lefties and socialists on the thread thought it was hilarious too but for a… Continue Reading →

Did You Just Assume That I Could Afford Ramen?

The Godless Delusion: Considering Celestial Teapots

In 1952 Bertrand Russell wrote an essay for Illustrated magazine called Is There a God? in which he answered his own question in the negative by rehashing the problem of suffering and creating a new atheist argument concerning a celestial… Continue Reading →

I always thought something was odd about that guy

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