We may eat of all the trees in the garden so long as we do not eat of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. This applies scripturally to the religious; it applies to all through Natural Law. Only obedience to truth (not eating of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil) can yield authentic freedom (partaking of all the other trees in the garden). We must obey the former in order to live the latter.
In order to follow truth that we might be free, we first must overcome the indoctrination and tenants of civil religion. True America is New Christendom, and the only means of salvation is the Catholic Church, founded by Jesus Christ for that purpose. We must refuse to burn incense at the feet of the revolutionary Republic just as the early Church refused to burn incense before the civil religion of ancient Rome.
As the Kingdom of Heaven is structured perfectly according to God's word in the book of Genesis, we must imitate that form in order to bring the Kingdom "on earth as it is in Heaven." The Monarchy grounded in the Natural Law is the form most like that of Heaven. Therefore, the Monarchy is the form most oriented to our freedom. We are Monarchists because we are Légitimistes.
Speak charitably, without trepidation, and let those of good will gather and those not disperse.
The reason I am neither Democrat nor Republican is that my politics do not run Left/Right. They run obtusely as North/South. My sliding scale is Truth (North) versus Un-Truth (South), or we could say Being (Truth) versus Non-Being (Un-Truth). The horizontal Left/Right scale can slide back and forth at different levels up and down the vertical Truth/Un-Truth scale. Left and Right are not better or worse because they are Left or Right but are so based on where they are on the vertical line. Both can be True; both can be Un-True.
The French call the vertical scale, "Légitimism." Légitimism means ordering society according to three levels: 1st) the order of truth in Natural Law in which all people are called to participate, 2nd) the order of religious truth, to which all religiously-minded are called to participate, and 3rd) the order of Catholic truth, to which all Catholics are called to participate.
In Légitimism, the foundational question is are we living according to Truth, not what rights should we have. For the Légitimiste, true freedom and "pursuit of happiness" can be found only by living in Truth, not in libertarian individualism (American Right) or authoritarian social-engineering (American Left). Therefore, the Catholic Légitimiste subjugates the civil religion to his Catholicism, not his Catholicism to the civil religion.
For those who will pose the highly anticipated question - what is Truth? remember who first asked that of Our Lord. To the Catholic Légitimiste, the question from all sides (Right and Left) comes across as one voice in unison, that of a modern-day Pontius Pilate following his own civil religion.
Before which we stand silent. Not because we do not have an answer but because we are called to imitate our Master.
I am reminded of St. John of the Cross' familiar saying (paraphrased) that "God had only one word to speak to us - Jesus - after which he had no more to say."
In the more concise spirit of John of Cross, Jesus is the Word. It seems that in God's economy, he prefers to sum up for us whole concepts, entire Forms, concisely in people. The Word was made flesh. The Person of Jesus is the Word.
Further down the line, in the solely human domain, we have Mary, as the archetype of the goodness of family in which The Word abides.
For me, further down the line, we have Joan as the archetype of Légitimism, i.e., the divine order reflecting my socio-political beliefs to which, as Plato would have us, we must be conformed in order to be truly happy and complete.
Thus, if one demanded that I "summarize in three words everything you believe in and everything that effects your world view and political orientation," I would say:
"Truth, Beauty, Goodness"
Which could be translated into the personages of:
"Jesus, Mary, Joan."