Think Free, Live Free

An intellectual and visceral examination of all things free, with a healthy emphasis on the right of free men to own arms.

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Co-founder of the Mercer Law School Second Amendment Society and fan of freedom at home and abroad. Admirer of Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and Ronald Reagan. Detester of political correctness and the false dogma it imposes. Not entirely as vain as this profile sounds.

Monday, April 04, 2005

Grand Opening

This post is the opening salvo in Think Free, Live Free's outright assault on liberalism, laziness, and the lies of political correctness. Most posts will focus on the right to keep and bear arms, my area of activism. This blog is inspired by a few basic postulates. Those who disagree with these rules will in most cases find this blog an insipid rant by a crazed lunatic, and if this is what you are thinking right now, feel free to take your leave from this place and back to the politically correct world where came from. Here are the rules:
1. The police cannot protect you. They only have to clean up the mess. You must protect yourself.
2. Free people own (or can own) arms. History shows that when someone wants to completely control a population, they deprive that population of the means of defense.
3. People create more (money, goods, art, etc.) when left alone. Redistributive economics is a sure way to let everyone be poorer.
Think Free, Live Free
C.A.G.

4 Comments:

Blogger Michael said...

You are not alone.
Welcome to the blogosphere. You certainly sound like you're starting off on the "right" foot

11:36 PM  
Blogger Christopher A. George said...

Thanks

12:22 PM  
Blogger Publius II said...

It is interesting that you would choose both Jefferson and Madison to emulate. Often, the two were opposed to each other, particularly in developing the 1st Amendment. Could you explain this bi-polar adulation?

10:09 PM  
Blogger Christopher A. George said...

Madison was Jefferson's secretary of state and a fellow Republican. I like Jefferson because he was an original gun nut: "Let your gun therefore be your constant companion of your walks." -T.J.
I like his commitment to limited government as well. Madison efforts to get the Constitution ratified have earned my respect. "Americans have the right and advantage of being armed, unlike the people of other countries, whose leaders are afraid to trust them with arms." (Federalist Paper #46) -J.M.

2:15 PM  

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