RIGHTS VS LAWS
The Declaration of Independence
declares that each man has natural rights that emanate from God.
Natural rights are declared in the Declaration of Independence
to be "unalienable," meaning these rights cannot
be separated from the individual. By establishing a
republic, our Founding Fathers declared "unalienable" rights for
each individual that cannot be altered by civil
The government of the United States was created by the
Constitution, which transferred 17 limited powers
to the national government of the new "Republic." The Founding
Fathers added a common law attachment to the Constitution, the
Bill of Rights, which further clarified and limited
the intended powers of government.
Man's laws are known as civil law, from the Latin root word
civilus, meaning citizen. Bouvier's Law Dictionary states, "the
civil law is what a people establishes for itself." In a
democracy there is no such thing as a natural right also know as
God-given right, since laws can be passed to control, limit or
eliminate anything. In a democracy there are
"civil rights" established by civil law which are,
legally speaking, civil privileges granted by
Yet today government can and does pass laws as it pleases
without limitation and control. The laws of government now
clearly override the natural rights of American individuals.
America is no longer a republic - it is a democracy.
very techniques that all governments use to
eventually use GUN CONTROL to establish
control of every one of its
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