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Home Ownership is Not a Right of Citizenship
Authored by:  William Robert Barber

Since the Age of Reason political philosophers, elected, appointed, and to some limited degree, those who claimed the power of Divine Right; danced with the notion that government was directly responsible for the social welfare of its constituency. The concept of empowering the state with responsibilities that heretofore was set aside to churches, synagogues, other religious entities, charities, or private contributions has evolved into a constituency-acceptance; indeed, an often contractual understanding that the government is responsible for social obligations.Read More »