April 19, 2014 Leave a comment
Originally posted on Flyover-Press.com:
John Locke’s philosophies were central to the founding of America. First is the Self-Ownership Axiom (we each own ourselves). Emanating from that is the “homesteading principle” which holds that if a self-owning individual finds a previously unclaimed resource and mixes his labor (sweat was Locke’s term) with that resource, the resulting product is a part (extension) of him and is therefore his property. Once property rights originate, the owner can do with the property as he chooses as long as it does not aggress against someone else or his property.
Exactly like the E. Wayne Hage case (see below), after over 100 years, there is no doubt but what Bundy is the rightful owner at least of the grazing and water rights on that land and owes the FedGov no “rent” for the use of his own property. His so-called “grazing fee” is nothing but an illegal, immoral tax on…
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