Right From Yaad is all over the place. I work close to Dan Mitchell.
I need to somehow find away to have lunch with him. In this article, one of his best pieces, he highlights the misuse of “rights” by statists. An attempt to lure in the people into the comforting arms of big government….and by the looks of things, from the examples the world over he has used, it appears that the “New World Order” is closer at hand. Perhaps closer than we think.
I love his P.P.S….:”Statists may be evil, but they’re not stupid.”
One of the many differences between advocates of freedom and supporters of statism is how they view “rights.”
Libertarians, along with many conservatives, believe in the right to be left alone and to not be molested by government. This is sometimes referred to in the literature as “negative liberty,” which is just another way of saying “the absence of coercive constraint on the individual.”
Statists, by contrast, believe in “positive liberty.” This means that you have a “right” to things that the government will give you (as explained here by America’s second-worst President). Which means, of course, that the government has an obligation to take things from somebody else. How else, after all, will the government satisfy your supposed right to a job, education, healthcare, housing, etc.
Sometimes, the statists become very creative in their definition of rights.
- Across Europe, a satellite dish is now a human right
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