Due to the persistent confusion over the issue of free will and what it entails, there is a need once again to look at free will. Some evidently have formed wrong opinions as to how a will that is considered as 'free' would operate, and then judge the issue of free will according to that false idea of what they see it entailing. First, the will is simply the chooser, it chooses between two or more influences upon the will. A free will is a will that is not under force or coercion to act in accordance to any one influence, but honestly can choose between different influences and as such be considered as the determining cause of which influence it chooses to align its subsequent formed intents. Only as the will is free to choose without force or coercion is it considered to be free. Only as the will is free is it a proper subject of moral praise or blame. If the will is coerced or forced in any way, all moral blame or praise is automatically shifted from the will itself to whoever or whatever is applying such a level of force that it cannot be avoided. Thoughts, questions or corrections?