“Very possibly there may have been anciently three different
stocks, each of which multiplying in an long course of time, had separated into
so many little societies. This practice results from the circumstance of their
having never submitted themselves to any laws, any coercive power, any shadow
of government. Their only controls are
their manners, and that moral sense of right and wrong, which, like the sense
of tasting and feeling, in every man makes a part of his nature. An offense
against these is punished by contempt, by exclusion from society, or, where the
case is serious, as that of murder, by the individuals whom it concerns. Imperfect as this species of coercion may
seem, crimes are very rare among them: insomuch that were it made a question,
whether no law, as among the savage Americans, or too much law, as among the
civilized Europeans, submits man to the greatest evil, one who has seen both
conditions of existence would pronounce it to be the last: and that the sheep
are happier of themselves, than under care of the wolves. It will be said, that
great societies cannot exist without government. The savages therefore break
them into small ones.” - Thomas
William E. 'Bill' Grisham CPA
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This grassroots Meetup will help you network with other Liberty Lovers of Bexar County, and provide you with tools and information as well as activities to help with the local effort.
"He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from oppresion; for if he violates this duty he estabalishes a precedent that will reach to himself." -Thomas Paine, Common Sense 1776