What is the rule of law anyway?

May 22, 2017
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Since the 1970s, the New Left has operated as if the law were there to empower the bureaucracy to promote minority group rights.  In the process, it has eroded the rights and freedoms of the family and of the ultimate minority, the individual person.  To break the political impasse, we first need to understand what the rule of law actually means.

“The rule of law encompasses multiple legal principles, chief among them is that the rules that govern society apply equally to all individuals within the prescribed jurisdiction. No person, not even the king or the president, is above the law. Law, not the arbitrary commands or categorical dictates of human rulers, is supreme.”

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