Monthly Archives: February 2012

Maxim of the Week

“One must not change his purpose to the injury of another.”

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Free Exercise of Religion, Contraception, and Women’s Health Issues, Pt. 1

The controversy created by President Obama’s Administration over whether the Federal government can require religious institutions to provide their employees with insurance plans covering contraceptives has a significant impact upon our Constitutional Republic. The controversy requires the juxtaposition of “rights” created by the government over the right to free exercise of religion as guaranteed by […]

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Maxim of the Week

Okay, haven’t done inequality of these is a little while… “Absoluta sententia expositore non indiget.” Translated: “A simple proposition needs no expositor.”

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The Purpose of Law

“The end of law is not to abolish or restrain, but to preserve and enlarge freedom.” ~ John Locke, Second Treatise on Government, Chapter IV

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