October 8, 2018
Brett Kavanaugh and the Democratic Party How our American Family is Divided Between Two Opposing Worldviews and What We Can Do About It.
Third in a Five-part Series
The American Rule of Law and Justice Brett Kavanaugh
We the People,
The American Rule of Law
Today has been a monumental day in the life of our American family with the swearing in of Brett Kavanaugh as a Justice on The Supreme Court of the United States of America, Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The last eight words of the speech that Justice Brett Kavanaugh gave after being sworn in earlier today was his affirmation of “the Constitution and the American Rule of Law.”
With Justice Kavanaugh’s affirmation of the Constitution and the American Rule of Law, he spoke with true American statesmanship and respect for all of We the People. With sincere dignity he made a clear appeal to our American family to equally respect one another in our similarities and in our differences.
Even though he was denied due process with equal justice under the law and being innocence until proven guilty by those Democrats with their progressive worldview on the Senate Judiciary Committee, Justice Kavanaugh with his Originalist/Constitutionalist worldview took the high road of virtue in his acceptance speech. Stating his firm convictions Justice Kavanaugh would want us to believe that in civility through reasoned thinking, discussions, conversations and debate under the Constitution and the American Rule of Law, the nine Justices on the Supreme Court with their similarities and differences are to be a functional unified team.
Justice Kavanaugh’s words encourage us to remember that We the People with all of our similarities and differences should relate to one another in civility through reasoned thinking, discussions, conversations and debate under the Constitution and the American Rule of Law to be a unified functional American family. We the People, it is imperative for those of us who are Originalists/Constitutionalists who believe in the American Rule of Law to have a working definition of our terms.
Uniting under the American Rule of Law
Have you read the Declaration of Independence lately? Go back and read it again. Maybe for the first time. In it you will find our Founding Fathers definition of the American Rule of Law. From our Founding Father’s understanding of the Rule of Law we can also define Liberty and Lawlessness. We the People, let us unite around these three definitions in holding true to our original documents of freedom of our Constitutional Republic under the Rule of Law.
From the Declaration of Independence, we find the original American Rule of Law:
- The American Rule of Law is for any law to be just, that law must be in agreement with the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God and the Creator endowed unalienable rights of We the people.
- Liberty is the just use of the law to exercise authority over a jurisdiction to which one has the Creator endowed rights.
- Lawlessness is the unjust use of the law to exercise authority in governing over a jurisdiction to which one does not have the Creator endowed rights.
For equal Justice under the Law, a just law is a law that is accountable to being in agreement with the laws of Nature and Nature’s God and the Creator endowed rights of the people. Outside of the authority of this accountability and agreement there can be no justice. Only lawlessness.
Progressives and The Rule of the Mob
We the People, we are not a Democracy. We are a Constitutional Republic under the Rule of Law. Remember that the progressive Democratic Party does not believe in our original documents of freedom, the Bill of Rights, the American Rule of Law, The Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution They do not believe in our national Motto: In God We Trust. They believe in “majority rule/mob rule.” The Progressive Democratic Party is the political party of Lawlessness.
This means the rule of the people in whatever the people think the law should be at any given time in history subject to the evolving social and economic conditions at the time. In these times to these progressives it means open borders, higher taxes, administrative agencies creating and enforcing their own laws without the consent of the people, no due process, guilty until proven innocent, identity politics, smaller military, socialized medical care, free education and the list goes on.
This progressivism of the Democratic Party is often called socialism, but it is worse than socialism. Taken to its logical conclusion the progressivism rule of the people leads to an elite few, an oligarchy ruling over the people without their consent. Progressivism is not anarchy, because anarchy is the absence of law which creates cultural chaos and the destruction of the government. Progressivism is lawlessness because of its unjust laws and their progressive government exerting authority over the people unjustly without their consent.
We the People, let us not be deceived by the treacherous lawlessness of the progressive Democratic party. Let us instead unite our American family and its present perspectives with the proven virtue of our Founding Fathers past patriotism as we preserve true patriotism for our future families. Let us celebrate our origins, our heritage, our liberty in our Constitutional Republic under the American Rule of Law as we press on to our freedom destiny.
In God We Trust