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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.
I want to discuss a wide range of ideas today regarding contemporary political debate in America under the general heading of conservatives vs liberals - rights vs privileges. I believe that one of the great things Ronald Reagan did was to speak about freedom and rights instead of always discussing political minutia and macro economics. Reagan inspired Americans to once again believe in and seek freedom - the freedom with which we were endowed by our Creator. So today I want to talk about that and how liberals seek to redefine or fundamentally transform our unalienable rights into mere privileges bestowed upon us by a sometimes "benevolent" tyranny.
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"Being in a ship is like being in a jail, with the chance of being drowned" – Samuel Johnson
For hundreds of years, the keeping of order and discipline aboard naval vessels was based around a delicate balance of privileges and punishment. Privileges included the daily distribution of alcoholic beverages such as grog (a mix of rum and water), while punishment included confinement (in prison barges or shackles aboard ship) and/or flogging. Given that life aboard a sailing ship was itself a form of confinement and imprisonment, the traditional means of maintaining discipline proved adequate during the Age of Fighting Sail. But the coming of the 19th century, and with it the revolutionary power of steam engines, completely change the character and demographic of enlisted sailors in the navies worldwide. Aboard the fighting ships of the U.S. Navy there were still rough men who performed primarily physical skills, but added to this were the first of a wave of technicians and mechanics. Nevertheless, these sailors still drank too much, fought and brawled, and periodically deserted their posts. It was for these men, the naval discipline afloat continued to be enforced.
And as the U.S. Navy expanded and contracted between 1850 in the 1930s, discipline afloat and punishment ashore also evolved. The first large U.S. Navy prisons were constructed, including the facility at the Portsmouth Naval Yard in New Hampshire, the largest such facility of its time. To learn more about the evolution and enforcement of discipline and punishment in the U.S. Navy between 1850 in the 1930s, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on @Writeswtream) at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is U.S. Naval Institute Press (USNIBooks) writer Rodney Watterson, author of the book Whips to Walls.
What constitutes a hostile work environment? Some employees believe that a bad boss, an unpleasant work environment, a rude coworker, or the lack of perks, privileges, benefits, and recognition can create a hostile work environment. But, the reality is that for a workplace to be hostile, certain legal criteria must be met.
A hostile work environment is created by a boss or coworker whose actions,communication, or behavior make doing your job impossible. This means that the behavior altered the terms, conditions, and/or reasonable expectations of a comfortable work environment for employees. Additionally, the behavior, actions or communication must be discriminatory in nature.
Truth doctor interviews Herman and iyluua Ferguson on the plight of our political prisoners many have been in jail since the sixties and seventies and many have died in jail why are we continuing too sit back and let them suffer and if it were not for them we wouldn't have some of the privileges we have too day tune in and find out how you can support them in their time of need like they done for us black power !!!
Summary: Piper faces backlash over special privileges. Meanwhile, Caputo feels pressure to toughen up and makes changes that result in Fischer's sacking and Mendez returning. Rosa's past is explored and flashbacks cover several bank robberies perpetrated by her group. In the present, she meets a young boy during chemo and later learns that he is in remission.
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The birthright is emphasized in the Bible because it honored the rights or privileges of the family’s firstborn son. After the father died, or in the father’s absence, the firstborn son assumed the father’s authority and responsibilities. In addition to assuming the leadership role in the family, the recipient of the birthright inherited twice that received by the other sons. The birthright of a king’s firstborn son included his succession to the throne. As New Testament Christians, we have an inherited “birthright” status through Jesus Christ as the firstborn Son of God. As God’s only begotten Son, Jesus received the kingdom from His Father and is Lord of all. Christ promises to share with us His kingdom and inheritance but, we are warned not to imitate Esau who, on impulse, gave away his birthright for a bowl of stew. Because of his foolishness, Esau lost his birthright and the blessings of his father.
The Universal Kingdom Church is preparing the believer for Firstborn blessings, firstborn privileges. Time for healing of deep wounds, bruises, and hurts from the past. Time for healing and deliverance from rejection.
To receive and enter into the birthrights of a born-again believers the y believers must obtain a deeper understanding of firstborn and firstborn blessings and firstborn privileges.
Booker T. Washington was the most famous black man in America between 1895 and 1915. He was also considered the most influential black educator of the late 19th and early 20th centuries insofar as he controlled the flow of funds to black schools and colleges.
Invited to speak at the 1895 Cotton States and International Exposition in Atlanta, Washington publicly accepted disfranchisement and social segregation as long as whites would allow black economic progress, educational opportunity, and justice in the courts.
"The wisest of my race understand that the agitation of questions of social equality is the extremest folly and that progress in the enjoyment of all the privileges that will come to us must be the result of severe and constant struggle rather than artificial forcing. The opportunity to earn a dollar in a factory just now is worth infinitely more than to spend a dollar in an opera house."
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