When you read this post, consider what kind of people it takes to distinguish between lawful and unlawful laws. Consider what kind of people it takes to force their leaders to abide by lawful laws.
Ask yourself this question. Are we still that kind of people?
By Jeff Rutherford
I’m often tempted to try and devise a set of questions as a litmus test to reveal whether a person leans towards Conservatism or Progressivism. Here’s a candidate question for such an ideological litmus test:
Can a law be unlawful?
To elaborate the question: I’m talking about laws that are passed by a state or federal Legislature, following all procedural formalities, and signed by a Governor or President. Can such a law be unlawful?
What is your first impression? Is lawmaking just a
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