man more right than his neighbors is a majority of one." -- Henry
|Confused as to what Enter Stage Right
stands for? Here in a nut shell are the core beliefs that drive this
||We believe in laissez-faire capitalism.
The government does not have the right to interfere
in the economy. Capitalism is the parallel of democracy and only works
when people are given unfettered access to the market
place. The government must get out of the business
of subsidies, regulation and interference. Together with this, Enter
Stage Right also believes that taxation is immoral.
The government is given a monopoly of force to protect its citizens
from external and internal aggression. It is morally wrong for a government
to use that monopoly of force to take production from individuals.
What we produce is the material representation of our intellect.
|We believe that religion and conservatism
generally do not mix, though we firmly believe and defend
the right of a person to believe. Some religious ethics are
opposed to capitalist activities. Further, religious ethics are often
opposed to proper self-interest. As well, tradition only serves to
institutionalize the status quo in a world that is constantly changing.
People are free to believe whatever they want, but those beliefs must
be tested in the marketplace of ideas.
||We believe in a consistent approach to conservative thought.
We cannot proclaim ourselves champions of individual liberties and
then oppose certain liberties that we do not like. Give people back
their right to succeed...and fail.
|We believe in the individual. Society is a non-concept, one
that is used by the academic left and the enemies of the mind to deny
the individual. Only individuals have rights, not
societies. The concept of the individual is the most sacred.
||We believe in real freedom. The freedom to be left alone
by those who feel it is their right to impose their will on you. Who
are they? Look at groups like academia, media and government. That
is your answer.
|We are opposed to hate.
We are opposed to intolerance. We are opposed
to people wearing white after Labour Day...and nothing suits us better
than a good day at work.
Updated March 21, 2001
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