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Does the Majority "Grant" Us Our Rights?

Edit: Apparently the comment was made in the middle of a debate over the Supreme Court recent decision on same-sex marriage. Only goes to show that both sides of the Left-Right spectrum… 424 more words

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Good grief!

Watching the debates and heated exchanges on Facebook over the past week concerning Confederate flags and gay marriage has only reminded me of why I don’t… 89 more words

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Discrimination for me, but not for thee

Jeffrey Tucker made the following observation on the issue of discrimination (bold emphasis added).

Notice how anti-discrimination law applies to the producer but not the consumer.

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Playing with (holy) fire

In my last post I wrote about how one of the main driving forces behind the anti-same-sex marriage movement is that it’s not just about “keeping the government” out of the bedroom. 791 more words

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Licensing all Marriages Equally

Rejoice, comrades!

Our modern day ephors have issued their ex cathedra pronouncement on our freedom to marry, a freedom that comes from the state! Now all Americans have the freedom to get their relationship… 172 more words

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Defining Cowardice

Inasmuch as I find the whole Confederate flag controversy to be worthy of nothing more than an eye roll, at the same time I happen to also believe it has a silver lining. 259 more words

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Hell's Angels

If men were angels, no government would be necessary.

That is a famous quote taken from Federalist #51 by James Madison reflecting on the nature of man and the necessity of government.

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