Originally posted by quackquack
The government simply does not allow any remedy.
If you live on someone else's property you can be charged with tresspass. If they go to court you will be evicted.
The existence of natural rights is seen when civilians start shooting people or otherwise killing them. For example, that man who punched to death the dude who was raping his kid. That man's actions showed that his daughter had certain rights that were being violated and so the violator must be killed. That's natural law; that's what natural rights are.
The government can and does trample on peoples' rights. As Americans we are very familiar with this concept are we not? It is central to our identity to embrace the fact that governments which violate rights can and should be violently overthrown.
Landlords calling in the government to enforce collection of rent checks has very little to do with natural rights. What civilians are killing people in such scenarios?
The only civilians pulling guns in those situations are the people being evicted.
THUG LIFE rule #11. The Boys in Blue [i.e. police] don’t run nothing; we do. Control the Hood, and make it safe for squares.