Natural Right Self Defense – Jason Kenny
FUNDAMENTALS OF NATURAL LAW: The Natural Right to Self Defense
Let me just say this as forcefully as I can: anyone who argues that the Second Amendment does not protect the individual’s right to keep and bear arms is either arguing from ignorance or lying! In most cases, primarily those of average citizens, they argue from ignorance instilled by our schools and our media. But in the case of those who are in positions to know better, they are most always lying to you. They may argue that the Second Amendment applies only to the ‘militia,’ or they may argue about the definition of the militia or even that the need for the Second Amendment has passed. But everyone – everyone – who makes an argument like that is a tyrant who is seeking control over you – everyone!
The Biblical and Natural Right of Self-Defense
The Democrats — ever vigilant for improper mixing of politics and religion — opened yesterday’s news conference announcing their proposed “assault weapons” ban with a prayer from the dean of the National Cathedral, the Canon Gary Hall. As Drudge highlighted yesterday, he made brief remarks before the prayer and said, “Everyone in this city seems to live in terror of the gun lobby . . . but I believe that the gun lobby is no match for the cross lobby.”
Text of New Self-Defence and Defence of Property Provisions
4 (2) In determining whether the act committed is reasonable in the circumstances, the court shall consider the relevant circumstances of the person, the other parties and the act, including, but not limited to, the following factors:
Why Jason Kenney targets Quebec
On December 16, at a rally in Grande Prairie, Alberta, politicians from both sides of Alberta’s political divide waxed poetic about the need to protect the province’s oil and gas industry.
“This is not just the fight of our lives, for our prosperity, for our schools and hospitals and way of life,” said Kenney.
Alberta MLA quits United Conservatives, alleges top-down policy development
A member of the Alberta legislature for the United Conservatives is quitting the caucus to sit as an Independent over his concerns that the party is crafting policy from the top down.
Rick Strankman, who represents Drumheller-Stettler, says he is not seeing any input from grassroots members on party policy.
He says he is quitting so that he has the freedom to speak up as policy issues ahead of the spring election.
UCP Leader Jason Kenney promised party members in 2017 that they would drive policy in what he termed his “grassroots guarantee.”
The Beginner’s Guide to Understanding The Fraud of Fiat Currency & Central Banking
What is money? Where does it come from? Why are people currently exchanging pieces of paper for goods and services? Why is this paper in demand? These are crucial questions you might not have asked yourself, but their answers have a major impact on your life. Money, markets, and economics are portrayed as subjects too complicated for the average person to understand. This notion isn’t true, but it does serve the interests of those in positions of power.
Economics is the study of human action and a market is voluntary human action. The purpose of a market economy is to fulfill the needs and wants of individuals by allocating resources through voluntary exchange. One of the most critical concepts within a market economy is money. Money is a market invention that simplifies trade and makes cumbersome barter obsolete.
The Illusion of money
The biggest manipulators on Earth are central bankers. Central Bankers have a monopoly over the money supply. They can increase or decrease their balance sheet at any time by buying or selling assets, which primarily is government debt.
They have approximately quintupled the adjusted monetary base since 2008, while keeping overnight bank lending rate at near zero. It has also been paying banks 0.25% interest on reserves held with the Fed. They are constantly manipulating the money supply and the interest rates, while bailing out banks and funding the federal government’s massive deficit spending.