Category: parental rights

Bastiat Redux

     In his last and best-known book The Law, Frederic Bastiat provides us with a striking description of the essence of State lawlessness:      But how is this legal plunder to be identified? Quite simply. See if the law takes from some persons what belongs to them, and gives it to other persons to whom …

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The Assault On American Children: The Op-Ed Front

     Courtesy of The New York Post, we have this indication of a renewed op-ed offensive. The piece is full of high-flown sententiousness, clever deceits, and outright slander of the mushrooming Parental Rights movement, but in the end author Sarah Jones’s prescription is what matters:      Children aren’t private property, then, but a public responsibility. …

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