The American people must unite, as our forefathers did, under the principle of Liberty. The Forefathers fought for liberty from the English Monarchy and the Crown and they gained independence and the law of the land, Common Law. It is unimportant as to which faction any American identifies, ie. conservative, Liberal, etc. What is important is to recognize and understand that all that America is, flows from those two concepts; independence and the law of the land. Everything else was and is, left to the people, the highest authority, as to what or which is necessary and proper.
The unalienable right to command our own actions comes with a price. That price eternal is vigilance of those who will take our freedom through inaction, or whatever they are allowed, and then we fail to take the action necessary to stop them from taking what doe not belong to them. When those who would take anything that does not belong to them, suppress our unalienable right to voice our opinion, freedom of speech, and to seek redress from any group who has interfered or deprived anyone of any unalienable right is the right of one and all to stand up against such actions and restore our rights. It is the responsibility to stand for our Individual Rights and to band together as brothers and sisters and stand united against all usurpations (see footnote 1) of those rights.
To interfere with the right of free speech, the right to assemble, or seek redress of grievance is to be un-American at best and tyrannical at the worst.
It is interesting to note that local, state and federal authorities interfered with and deprived Robert LaVoy Finicum of his unalienable RIGHTS by taking his life. We stand to make certain that it was not in vain.
Usurpations and security
The government is guarded from usurpations because it is divided into distinct and separate departments.
In 1788, power over people was divided both through federalism (between the federal government and the state governments) and through branches (legislative, executive, and judicial) within the national (or federal) government. Because of the division of power, a "double security arises to the rights of the people. The governments will control each other, at the same time that each will be controlled by itself"