Self-Sustained Protectorate: Rights, Privileges, Freedoms

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In today's show I briefly cover some headlines in the media and give my take on them in regards to how a Self-Sustained Protectorate can deal justly and fairly with those issues. I also delve deeper into the differences between Common Law (Rights), Commercial Law (Privileges), and Freedoms (New Commonly Held Law). Under Common Law, a person has rights (rites of ordinances) which are generally recognized to mean that a person has a lawful ability to perform certain actions (such as defend their house, their own person, feed their family, travel unimpeded, etc.). Under Commercial Law, a person has privileges which are generally recognized to mean that a person has been granted legal authority from a commercial organization to perform certain actions (in the case of commercial law, the privilege of operating a vessel, business, or trade which requires licenses).Under the New Commonly Held Law, a person has freedoms that are generally recognized to mean that a person has a natural, God given, ability to perform any and every action, but whose actions are constantly subject to consequences by both natural and man made laws. Also, the New Commonly Held Law takes the good ideas from both Common and Commercial law and discards the bad ideas, such as the law can altered or changed for any reason or purpose. Just like natural law is unchangeable, so too is the New Commonly Held Law.

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