Community Alert - April 2007


  I'm just wondering, if feeling safe is a "right," how does that mesh with the right to be free? What about *feeling* free? Is that a right too, in your opinion? If not (i.e. if safety is being valued over freedom), do you think the United States should henceforward be referred to as the "land of the safe" rather than the "land of the free?"

  I realize these are provocative questions, but sometimes I think people talk about rights and such, and lately of course, manifest the huge trend of elevating safety as a priority in society, without necessarily thinking about the implications. Your feedback on these thoughts is welcome.

Love & liberty,
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