About this blog

The founding fathers drew upon the writings of many of the great philosophers and thinkers in constructing our Declaration of Independence and Constitution.  The basic tenet of true law and right reason were ascribed to Marcus Tullius Cicero.  In his book The 5000 Year Leap, Skousen states “The Law of Nature and Nature’s God is eternal in its basic goodness; it is universal in its application.  It is a code of “right reason” from the Creator himself.  It cannot be altered.  It cannot be repealed.  It cannot be abandoned by legislators or the people themselves, even though they may pretend to do so.  In Natural Law we are dealing with factors of absolute reality.  It is basic in its principles, comprehensible to the human mind, and totally correct and morally right in its general operation.”

Right Reason is a compilation of this Citizen Journalist’s articles and columns posted on various blog sites across the country and the globe, as well as articles from other news and blog sites she considers important to share, as she attempts to bring reason and focus to the events unfolding in the world through the purity of the Law of Nature and Nature’s God.

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