She has a bunch of felon moms that their felon children ended up dead speak but not one wife or relative of a murdered cop that a hate speech made on July 11 by a so called prez. made! Why? Because all criminals of the same feather stick together!! Fuck you! Hillary and your rapist husband too!
Contrary to popular belief, the First Amendment covers things you don’t like too.
“Hate speech! Ban it. But I’m totally against censorship.” -liberals.
Pessimism is an expectation of evil in the future. Optimism is an expectation of future good. Determination is a resolve to fight for a good future.
Only the last of these attitude is fit for the citizens of a free society. The worst type of belief for a free people to embrace is that anything in society is automatic.
This issue was on display a few years ago after President Obama’s election when some Conservatives were being asked “Do you want the president to succeed”; This was in essence an attempt to get these Conservatives to buy into political Optimism, or into the separation of social outcomes from chosen actions. The effect of believing that outcomes are not tied to knowable actions is passiveness. The desire of the progressive is for the people to exchange the ideal of bold self determination for a passive, hopeful submission to the schemes of the state.
A clever person solves a problem. A wise person avoids it.
In Communism you wait in line for toilet paper at the store
In Capitalism the toilet paper waits for you at the store.
It’s actually quite beautiful.
So easy a Bernie supporter should understand but they don’t.
The argument that law enforcement and adjudication are so important that they must be provided by a coercive monopoly is ironic. If one had to identify a service that is really fundamental to social well-being, it would be the provision of food. Yet no one (in this country) seriously suggests that this service is “too important” to be left to private firms subject to the market competition. On the contrary, both theory and history demonstrate that food production is too important to be left to a coercive monopoly.
The more vital a good or service is, the more dangerous it is to let it be produced by a coercive monopoly. A monopoly post office does far less harm than monopoly law enforcement and court systems. And a coercive monopoly might go largely unnoticed if it were limited to making paper clips–that is, the inferior and/or costly paper clips inevitably produced by such a monopoly might not bother us too much. It is when something really important is left to a coercive monopoly that we face potential disaster.
Randy E. Barnett, “Pursuing Justice in a Free Society”, reprinted in Anarchy and the Law, (2007), Edward P. Stringham, ed. pp. 86-87