The Right of Property ensures all other liberties

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    The concept of free will really has two components to it. The first is the thought you have inside your own mind as in the thought to produce a newspaper. The second component is the property of the newspaper company itself. Without the second component of that property and the free use of that property the first component simply has no way of manifesting itself in the material world so what good does it do to have the freedom of the press and not the right to use your own personal possessions to enact that freedom?

    The right to use your property as you see fit places a barrier between the free will of others and yours because their free will is limited over the possessions that they own. Your right to use your newspaper as you see fit can not infringed on by another newspaper company simply because your right to determine how your property is to be used can not be infringed on by anyone else.

    This can be applied to many things for both the left and the right on social issues. A conservative who hates the health care law can say that anyone in the medical industry can use their property any way the see fit while someone who believes in the legalization of mary-jane can simply claim that it is their property and no one can tell them how to use it (go ahead...smoke it):smoke:.

    It is easy to see that all of our freedoms and the concept of individual freedom begin to materialize when we realize the link between our free will and the ability to enact that free will over our possessions. Every freedom that we have is protected by simply protecting the right to use our own property as our free will wants to use it and protects us from the infringement of our free will from others since no one can determine what we do over our own property which includes our material possessions, body, and mind.
     
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    It's true. It's too bad the natural rights of "life, liberty, and property" were wordsmithed to replace the last word with "pursuit of happiness".
     

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