He respectfully brings to light an "... Alexander Tytler, a Scottish historian at the time of the Revolution, ... " and paraphrases him in relation to our voting where the following is an excerpt:
" ... But eventually abundance would lead to greed and selfishness, which would bring about complacency and apathy. This would inevitable lead us back to dependence and a return to bondage."
"The prohibition of packaged liquor sales on Sunday is a remnant of "blue laws." They were written on blue paper and were some of the first laws written in the American colonies. "
In Georgia, dancing, card playing, music, cooking, traveling, shaving, sweeping, crossing rivers, shopping, and drinking were prohibited."
It sounds like Sunday was reserved for church and sex.
However, a major shift to prosperity seems to produce less rules.
"Do you ever wonder if there's a connection between the corruption scandals in the news and the steady decline in the quality of life for millions of Americans?"
I am not sure what all this means. Could it mean our bondage is caused by our legal system allowing loopholes, which causes a complexity that only the legal experts can understand.