Declaration of Unalienable Rights
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Elect officials who hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights ... and will support this Declaration, with a firm reliance on protection of the Divine Providence, pledging their Lives, Fortunes, and sacred Honor to restore our Constitutional Republic as it was originally intended.
Statement of Principles
They must recognize and affirm the God-given dignity of the individual and believe that the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution of the United States of America most clearly articulate this basic principle.
In order to restore and preserve that fundamental human dignity they must proclaim:
That every individual has a paramount right to life from conception until natural death and the government shall not infringe upon that right.
That the right of citizens to keep and bear arms in defense of themselves and others shall not be questioned.
That the freedom to own, use, exchange, control, protect, and freely dispose of property and other assets is an inseparable extension of the individual's inalienable rights.
That the primary unit of society is the family (persons related by blood, marriage, or adoption) and it must be accorded all rights and responsibilities to direct care of its members, particularly in the areas of education, health care, discipline, and the upbringing of children without government interference.
That the United States of America is a sovereign nation and therefore must maintain control over its own affairs.
That guided by Divine Providence, our Founding Fathers established this nation on ancient Israelite-18th century Christian principles and therefore the right to the free exercise of religious beliefs is inviolate.
That our government is one of limited, delegated powers operating as a republic within the confines of the Constitution of the United States of America. The federal government derives its authority from its sovereign citizens and it is to be their servant, not their master.