The law can accommodate the rational choice to end your life, but moral correctness has prevented these rational choices for far too many.
A subtle, yet pernicious form of persecution has not only gained acceptance within the highest levels of our judicial system, it is being expanded in a way that significantly threatens social harmony.
Despite decreasing crime across the country, the success of alternatives, and widespread criticism, the business of government raids is booming.
Forcing free and independent individuals to pay for religious displays violates the First Amendment.
Are words that encourage others to commit suicide protected speech? The state of Massachusetts says no.
My generation has a chance to completely wipe out poverty, but the result will be not achieved by a statist, communist method, and neither will it come from a conservative ‘deserving only’ system.
When does mainstream social criticism of religious belief regarding homosexuality become unacceptable intolerance in a pluralistic society?
Hopefully the country does not collapse in on itself from its own weight like a black hole so we can all see my inevitable follow-up piece, Taxes II: A New Bracket. And This Time, It’s Personal.
The state possess an inherent power to encourage commerce, but how far can that power be exerted over the moral values of consumers?
The use of ‘military eminent domain’ is just the latest in a series of egregious legal and policy encroachments upon private property rights.