Check your theory of law, law enforcement, and the Second Amendment
Putting an end to “gun control” requires orienting on the correct theory of law, its legitimate purposes, and then organizing
The End of Gun Control: 4.2 Political Authority Is The Problem
The republican theorist and political strategist Niccolo Machiavelli wrote in his Discourses that “a good militia is the foundation of
The End of Gun Control: 4.1 Law, In Practice, Has Been Inverted
There was no such thing as a police force when the United States were formed. The London Metropolitan Police in
The End of Gun Control: 4. Follow the Way: Daily, not “just in case” of tyranny.
There’s a story from Taoist lore about a doctor who became famous for curing severe conditions and helping his patients
The End of Gun Control: 3. Not a grant from, but a necessary precondition for republican government.
In the Enlightenment tradition that philosophically underpins the American republic, governments are instituted through the consent of the people to
The End of Gun Control: 2. Change the Narrative to secure a Free State.
Entirely too many Second Amendment advocates, including major “gun rights” organizations, are playing into the hands of those seeking to
The End of Gun Control: 1.35 This is The Way
The great samurai swordsman Miyamoto Musashi wrote in his influential Book of Five Rings that, The Way is in training.
The End of Gun Control: 1.34 Securing Social Harmony
Contrary to popular belief, it is impossible to put ‘property’ above or before ‘people’ because only people have property. A
The End of Gun Control: 1.33 Embracing Responsibility
Adopting a legal order of ‘equal justice under law’ is simple: Do all you have agreed to do and do
The End of Gun Control: 1.32 Putting the State Under a Lens
The present political monopoly enjoyed by the general government of the United States was unlawfully formed not through constitutional charter
The End of Gun Control: 1.31 Slicing Up The Greatest Resistance
Those that benefit from the status quo will not likely relinquish the benefits of the present arrangement willingly. The incentives
The End of Gun Control: 1.30 The Paradox of Power
Distinguishing between ‘a free state’ and ‘the State’ can be tricky. Analysts must guard against falling into mere semantic games.