Personal Secession – The Way to Freedom
by Michael S. Rozeff
Certain people and groups in California want to ban male circumcision, and they are getting measures placed on local ballots for voting.
In Louisiana, there is some sort of law about the teaching of the creation of man in the public schools that has people who dislike that law all riled up and seeking repeal.
Women in Egypt are bitterly divided between those who favor sharia law for Egypt and those who favor secular law.
The State of Arizona has a law that legalizes medical marijuana. The Governor is suing the State of Arizona against this law because it conflicts with federal law.
President Bush “launched missiles and bombs at targets in Iraq” in March of 2003, an action of which 25 percent of Americans disapproved at the time. That figure rose to 53 percent within 8 months.
What do the above items have in common?
They all involve laws approved of by some and disapproved of by others. In all cases, there are winners and losers. The winners get their favorite laws passed. The losers have to obey.
In all cases, the losers have no choice.