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Ron Paul: Is Indiana Law a Good Answer?

The Religious Freedom Restoration Act in Indiana is called discriminatory by its detractors and essential by its supporters. But are both of these groups mis...

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Comment by DTOM on April 1, 2015 at 7:33am

If an individual wants to refuse a service, transaction, hire, sale, purchase etc - It is THEIR right to 'discriminate' for whatever reason they feel.

Once again 'authority' uses coercion and the threat of violence, fines and imprisonment to enforce THEIR socio-political agenda.

As free individuals we ALL have different beliefs, likes, dislikes etc.

NO 'authority' should be given the power in deciding what is acceptable or not.

No-one should be forced into accepting something they disagree with - and if anyone claiming to support freedom of speech and free society, truly believes in individual liberty, they would accept this without argument - even if they personally disagreed with the beliefs of the 'discriminating' individual. 

In a free society with a REAL freemarket economy, it wouldn't even be an issue - somebody else would step in and fill the void and provide the service.

Comment by Randy Lahey on March 31, 2015 at 3:19pm

Do we turn Political Correctness in to law?


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