The Law of Equity

The law of equity demands the abandonment of fairness under the law, and substitutes equal duty as well as equal rights, in order to achieve liberty and prosperity.

“The greatest dangers to liberty lurk in insidious encroachment, by men of zeal, well meaning but without understanding.”  – Justice Louis Brandeis, Olmstead Vs. The United States 1928

Fairness by definition denies equity.

The only guarantee under a pure Democracy, is the tyranny of the majority, under the banner of fairness.

Amendment XIV to the United States Constitution

Section 1. No State shall make or enforce any law, … nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction, the equal protection of the laws.

From equal derives equity.  Therefore every person within the jurisdiction of the United States, or any individual State, is mandated under the principal of equity, to have equal duty as well as equal rights. We now have at least half the population granted rights.  The other half mandated unequal duty.

“Rights which do not flow from duty well preformed are worth nothing.”  – Gandhi

“When argument and complaints arise, it is when people who are equal do not have equal shares or vice versa.” – Aristotle

“The democrats, as they are equal, think they should be equal in all things.” – Aristotle

“It is the American vice – the Democratic disease – which effects its tyranny – by reducing everything unique to the level of the herd.”  – Henry Miller

“Cowards did not establish this republic and cowards will not preserve it.” – Unknown Military Officer