Archive for August 26th, 2013

Is the Only Moral Code Legal Entitlement?

Is the Only Moral Code Legal Entitlement?

Natural rights and legal rights differ greatly. Natural rights are inherent in nature or human reason. They are universal and inalienable. Legal rights, in contrast, are granted by the power of government. Unlike natural rights, legal rights may be waived or revoked at any time, and they can be bestowed on just a small group. Legal rights are limited and temporary.

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The Insulting Headline

The Insulting Headline

The headline told us, “4 cleared in Benghazi security lapses.”  Certainly  a poignant reminder that America lost “4” on Benghazi 9/11.  As pertinent as this number remains, from both the initial shock of Benghazi to this hopeful closure attempt, what editorial wizard determined that this AP release would only identify three individuals?

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