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The Debate We Have to Win, Otherwise We Lose the Country

Big O7 Wrote: Feb 23, 2013 1:03 PM
And thank you, Deace, for correcting the absolutely absurd offering of Judge Napolitano (an otherwise outstanding commentator) in his illogical, immoral argumentation for the absolute "right" to travel. I could not believe that he, with a straight face, wrote that anyone from anywhere who pleases, has the right to enter the U.S. I truly hope he leaves the back door on his own house unlocked and open so he can be consistent with his belief (and so I can help myself to lodging when I need it). Right now, in a cave somewhere, two terrorists are laughing and plotting for the day when his dream comes true.

Recently a discussion of this story about DC Comics being pressured by homosexual activists to fire one of its writers because he’s on the board of the National Organization of Marriage prompted vigorous debate on my Facebook wall. While perusing through the various comments, it was obvious there still exists much confusion in our country today about the term “rights.”

There are two types of rights: unalienable and contractual.

Sometimes referred to as a natural right (i.e. “the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God” reference from The Declaration of Independence), an unalienable right is a right that comes from God...