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Civil Rights Today

Today we are hearing a lot about civil rights. Our founders enunciated and fought for unalienable rights, which are rights that cannot be taken away or transferred, because they are birth rights bestowed by God.

Civil rights are rights defined and given by civil authority. The problem with the concept of civil rights is that the same rights bestowed by civil authority can later be taken away or transferred.

There is no natural right to vote. In early America voting was largely limited to property owners. Voting should be considered a privilege, not a right. Nor is there any God-given right to force property owners to serve a particular group of people.

There is no such thing as “gay” rights. No one has the right to sodomy.

There is an inherent right for property owners to discriminate, if they are so inclined based upon race, religion or simply because they do not like particular or peculiar groups of people.

Oh, that our politicians would become statesmen and once again defend unalienable rights. Unalienable rights have been sacrifice on the altar of civil rights.

Frankly, I am not as impressed with the blood that John Lewis spilled on that bridge in Selma as I am with the blood shed by the American minutemen at the North Bridge in Concord. Few school boys today are learning of minutemen, Thomas Smith, Patrick Gray, and James Hall, who were shot and killed by the British on that notable day in 1775.

 

 

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