Natural Law and the Constitution: The Law of All Laws
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Publisher: Proud Daughter Publishing
The United States history is driven by many forces: fidelity and obedience to the United States Constitution and laws, belief in natural law, morality, religion, individual freedom, family, love for our children, friendships, culture, tradition, history, leadership, philosophy, politics, patriotism, business, jobs, creative ideas, innovations and inventions, technology, education, free-market economics, natural resources, respect and love for nature, access to food, water, land, and property ownership. All these forces influence the nature of our historical society; however, there is no force that is more universal, basic, and true than natural law, and a commitment to a worship, and belief in God. The United States is a natural rights Nation, and these natural rights have an origin in natural law. Our founding documents — the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights — are natural law documents based upon natural law.