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Rudy Giuliani Common Sense EP. 1: Since No Crimes Exist, It Must Be Dismissed (34 min 48 sec):


Published on Jan 24, 2020 by Rudy W. Giuliani​
 

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1m04sec in, "The freedom to select the people that govern them", if the colonists were truly free, why select anyone at all...
Laws are required to establish and maintain freedom. If your neighbors are not reatrained from violating your person or property then you are not free. True freedom is not the license to do whatever you want, it is the permission to do whatever is good (beneficial to both your well-being and the good of others). The fact that goodness was defined morally by Christianity at our founding has made our country incredibly prosperous. Take away the objective reference to goodness and make it subjective to the whims of the majority (secular humanism) and you trade our solid rock foundation for playdough.
 

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Laws are required to establish and maintain freedom. If your neighbors are not reatrained from violating your person or property then you are not free. True freedom is not the license to do whatever you want, it is the permission to do whatever is good (beneficial to both your well-being and the good of others). The fact that goodness was defined morally by Christianity at our founding has made our country incredibly prosperous. Take away the objective reference to goodness and make it subjective to the whims of the majority (secular humanism) and you trade our solid rock foundation for playdough.
Very well said, and absolutely true!
 
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Laws are required to establish and maintain freedom. If your neighbors are not reatrained from violating your person or property then you are not free. True freedom is not the license to do whatever you want, it is the permission to do whatever is good (beneficial to both your well-being and the good of others). The fact that goodness was defined morally by Christianity at our founding has made our country incredibly prosperous. Take away the objective reference to goodness and make it subjective to the whims of the majority (secular humanism) and you trade our solid rock foundation for playdough.
The prosperity of the US didn't come about because of morality and a desire to do good. It came about from innovation and re-innovation and the freedom to make something come of this innovation, concepts that are fundamentally amoral. It could be argued that the environment that was able to foster this innovative spirit came from a sense of morality, but even then I don't think that's true. I contend that it came about from an environment that left people alone, with no interference from external "authorities" or other wannabe do-gooders. Fundamentally, the prosperity the US had was because it was the closest it came to a true free market, something else that is amoral.
 

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The prosperity of the US didn't come about because of morality and a desire to do good. It came about from innovation and re-innovation and the freedom to make something come of this innovation, concepts that are fundamentally amoral. It could be argued that the environment that was able to foster this innovative spirit came from a sense of morality, but even then I don't think that's true. I contend that it came about from an environment that left people alone, with no interference from external "authorities" or other wannabe do-gooders. Fundamentally, the prosperity the US had was because it was the closest it came to a true free market, something else that is amoral.
A free market is amoral? How's that?
 
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A free market is amoral? How's that?
Because it is neither good nor bad. However morality is erroneously associated with it because what the world has at the moment isn't a true free market, but a manipulated and convoluted beast that is presented as a free market. As a result, further moral judgements are ascribed to it via virtue signalling SJW morons because they have never come across a true free market.
 

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Laws are required to establish and maintain freedom. If your neighbors are not reatrained from violating your person or property then you are not free. True freedom is not the license to do whatever you want, it is the permission to do whatever is good (beneficial to both your well-being and the good of others). The fact that goodness was defined morally by Christianity at our founding has made our country incredibly prosperous. Take away the objective reference to goodness and make it subjective to the whims of the majority (secular humanism) and you trade our solid rock foundation for playdough.
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The prosperity of the US didn't come about because of morality and a desire to do good. It came about from innovation and re-innovation and the freedom to make something come of this innovation, concepts that are fundamentally amoral. It could be argued that the environment that was able to foster this innovative spirit came from a sense of morality, but even then I don't think that's true. I contend that it came about from an environment that left people alone, with no interference from external "authorities" or other wannabe do-gooders. Fundamentally, the prosperity the US had was because it was the closest it came to a true free market, something else that is amoral.
What enabled American prosperity was the rule of law. And the core of the rule of law was to protect the rights of the little guy. The law said that the little guy had a right to live free...and to strive for his/her happiness.

And that concept of respect for the little guy came from another guy...who is quoted as saying "love your neighbor as yourself".

Antitrust law is the perfect example of this. Antitrust law ensures the supremacy of the little guy over pure unadulterated free market capitalism which inevitably results in a monopoly (if left unchecked).

There are those that wish to relegate any discussion of Jesus to the graveyard...but there is no denying the FACT that the American experience is the culmination of what He was all about. The land of the little guys...free to pursue their happiness...where the only restriction was to not infringe upon the rights of another to pursue their own happiness...
 
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What enabled American prosperity was the rule of law. And the core of the rule of law was to protect the rights of the little guy. The law said that the little guy had a right to live free...and to strive for his/her happiness.

And that concept of respect for the little guy came from another guy...who is quoted as saying "love your neighbor as yourself".

Antitrust law is the perfect example of this. Antitrust law ensures the supremacy of the little guy over pure unadulterated free market capitalism which inevitably results in a monopoly (if left unchecked).

There are those that wish to relegate any discussion of Jesus to the graveyard...but there is no denying the FACT that the American experience is the culmination of what He was all about. The land of the little guys...free to pursue their happiness...where the only restriction was to not infringe upon the rights of another to pursue their own happiness...
All law is an invisible prison, except in the case of the US, the prison was much larger and enabled the illusion of freedom when in fact the little guy had none (he just couldn't see the prison walls). The one thing that the US had going for it was sound money and the absence of laws regarding commerce, both of which allowed for the prosperity from inception up until the Fed ruined it all. It was in this aspect the little guy had a fighting chance to partake in this prosperity if they were willing to work hard and smart and make the most of any and all opportunities that came their way.

It is these same laws that have almost completely snuffed out the prosperity the US once had, because the walls got higher and thicker.
 
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Anarchy is no improvement over law. Mankind is intrinsically selfish and given the opportunity will harm others to advance self. A constitutional government ensures the rights of the individual. Our country has prospered to the degree that the constitution has not been violated.

I do agree that our legal system has become overly complex for the purpose of exempting priveleged individuals. This is compounded by a corrupt judiciary.

It would be a good start to eliminate lobbying by classifying it for what it is - bribery. Especially "foundation" donations.
 

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Rudy Giuliani Common Sense EP. 2 The Trial: Opening Statement | Bombshell Documents (43 min 08 sec):


Published on Jan 29, 2020 by Rudy W. Giuliani​
 

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Rudy Giuliani Common Sense Ep. 3 The Trial: Witness One | EXCLUSIVE interview with Viktor Shokin (52 min 55 sec):


Published on Jan 31, 2020 by Rudy W. Giuliani​
 

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Rudy Giuliani Common Sense Ep. 4 The Trial: The Biden Family Crimes Conclusively Proved | SWORN AFFIDAVIT (33 min 23 sec):


Published on Feb 5, 2020 by Rudy W. Giuliani​
 

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Rudy Giuliani Common Sense Ep. 5 The Complete Witness: Proof of Bribery & Collusion (42 min 26 sec):


Published on Feb 8, 2020 by Rudy W. Giuliani​
In today’s episode Rudy Giuliani sits down with Andrii Telizhenko, one of possibly as many as 12 witnesses who can testify that the State Department, DOJ, and FBI were not interested in evidence of Democrat bribery, extortion, money laundering, and illegal interference in the 2016 election.​
 

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I'm sorry, but I won't listen to Giuliani...
... not because of his cross-dressing
... but because of his role in the cover-up of 9-11...
... His "terror control bunker" occupied 2 full stories of WTC 7 - which was NOT hit by ANY PLANE or DEBRIS from the Twin Towers, yet completely evacuated.... with MULTIPLE REPORTS BEFOREHAND "that IT WAS GOING TO COLLAPSE" later that day.... which it did, into its own basement...
- I can't "let that pass", sorry, it doesn't pass the "Common Sense Test"...
 

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Rudy Giuliani Common Sense Ep. 6 Proving Extensive Corruption & Criminal Conduct by the Biden Family Enterprise (46 min 40 sec):


Published on Feb 12, 2020 by Rudy W. Giuliani​
 

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WOW!!

When they said they had it all... and that it was bigger than we imagined...

They were right.

That money laundering trail is incredible. Think of the list of felons all connected up and down that money pipe.

Outed.

And again, I see the reason for the apparent glacial pace. This is GLOBAL. And it is insanely complex. Unraveling threads that turn into cables...

I hope this works. If it does, there will once again be statues built in America.