Non-aggression or no trespass?

The principle of non-aggression is tightly bound to unalienable and inalienable rights, altogether individual rights. The Non-Aggression Principle (NAP) says that no one has the right to initiate force against another except in true self-defence. Sadly, few people understand that...Read More
Blackstone note re Inalienable rights

Unalienable or Inalienable rights (Part two)

Use of the word inalienable to mean unalienable is widespread. Ambiguous use of both Unalienable and Inalienable rights is rife, resulting in no definition of either taking root. Left without clear meaning, this post postulates a new definition for the phrase inalienable rights....Read More