. Life, Liberty, and Property. Inalienable rights spelled out in our founding documents and within individual treatises penned by our Founding Fathers. John Locke, in his Two Treatises of Government
, describes the responsibility of government to provide necessary functions and to ultimately defend liberty. Locke eloquently states that when a government ceases to carry out its obligation to the governed, the people have a right, a duty even, to dissolve the government and start anew.
Our country began in the name of Freedom. Through the years, we may have drifted off course, but nothing has been done in the history of mankind that cannot be undone. As Americans and patriots, it is our duty to demand the very best from our government, to salvage our freedom, and to guarantee for our children that which was promised to us when the Constitution was ratified. Freedom. Let it ring.