August 6, 2020

Honoring Our Confederate Heritage & Virtues

presented by Ultimate Flags LLC

Editorial: Confederate monuments show how private property protects your rights

If you’re being bothered by all the statues being removed from towns due to “racism” or claimed prejudice that the statue stands for, perhaps you should consider building your own type of monument or statue on your property which will completely stop anyone from being able to do anything about it

Key Takeaways:

  • People should consider the idea of raising money to build monuments on private property This is a good alternative to building (or taking down) monuments on public property
  • Building monuments on private land is the best way to express First amendment rights It would be a group of individuals rather then use (some) peoples tax dollars to build it whom might be offended by it
  • Groups of individuals should utilize the United States’ legacy of strong property rights There is nothing stopping anyone from doing so aside from a few zoning regulations here and there

“Private property is an absolute necessity in any free and prosperous society. But it is also — and here the genius of the Founders shines clear yet again — one of the most reliable guarantors of our First Amendment rights.”