Tag Archives: individual sovereignty

The state owns neither its citizens nor the liberties its charged with protecting

President Trump is not a dictator, but he has the rhetoric of one. In a recent press conference, the president expressed admiration for the strength of Kim Jong Un’s leadership and stated “He speaks and his people sit up at attention. I want my people to do the same.” Of course, the strength of the…

Localism and the Possibility of Self-Rule: Part 3

Series Overview The concept of limited government seemingly takes self-rule from the realm of the abstract and makes it the basis of a functional society. But, though it precludes the possibility of a central authority imbued with broad, sweeping powers, limited government is not synonymous to self-rule. The devolution of power that necessarily occurs as…

All content protected by copyright. The Politics of Discretion, 2016.