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Monday, June 13, 2016

What happened to the right to privacy?

What happened to the right to privacy?


Remember 1973?
It was a long time ago. But one U.S. Supreme Court decision that year is considered inviolate to today’s so-called “progressives.” There can be no “progress” that could ever shake the foundations of their faith in Roe v. Wade.
In a 7-2 ruling, the court asserted they had discovered deep in the “penumbra” of the 14th Amendment, rather than in the text of the Constitution itself, the right to privacy, which limited state power to restrict personal liberty – even to take the life of an unborn child.
Normally, I like decisions that protect personal liberty, except when they don’t protect of the life and liberty of another person – born or unborn.
It’s curious that “progressives,” so fond of that decision, seldom talk about that right to privacy any more.
Today, those asserting a right to privacy and a right to personal liberty are scratching their heads wondering why those principles don’t apply to the sweeping actions of the federal government, including U.S. judges and even the president of the United States in imposing rules that violate both.
Like what?
Like mandates that require public restrooms and locker rooms in every public school in America to accept, without question, biological males who say they identify more with females into female facilities and vice versa.
Where, I wonder, in the Constitution do “progressives” find state power that justifies such actions?
And why, I wonder, do the privacy rights of girls and boys who feel violated, embarrassed and humiliated by such requirements come in?
Obviously, there is no consistency to the way “progressives” twist the law to achieve their objectives.
And what are their objectives in such decision-making?
The ends justify the means. Change for the sake of change. Tear down the walls. Keep the opposition off balance and on defense. Create chaos to achieve more government power.
This, I’m afraid, is what it is all about.

And there’s no end in sight.

It’s getting so bad, people can’t even remember what’s right and what’s wrong or even if there is such a thing.

To get your bearings, ask yourself this question: Would you like your teenage daughter to be required to share a locker room or a restroom with a biological male who claims he identifies more as a female and thus chooses to use the girls’ locker room or restroom? It’s a simple question. It will help you to remember right from wrong, dark from light, right from left, up from down. It’s really that simple. Don’t be intimidated by the name-calling. Just assert your right to privacy and personal liberty.

I personally think this issue is a game-changer.

I refuse to believe Americans will accept it.

It’s a bridge too far even for the so-called “progressives” who have had their way with us, our culture and our laws long enough.

They don’t believe in the Constitution. The Constitution is a document they manipulate beyond all recognition to achieve their sordid goals.

Furthermore, judges and presidents do not make laws. Remember that. It’s been tough to keep that in mind over the last eight years. There has been no representative government. There have been no limits on government power. The Congress of the United States, even under the control of the opposition party, has been neutered, transgendered, if you will. It has participated in the worst and most stunning capitulation to the rule of men rather than the rule of law.

That’s why Donald Trump has been like a force of nature this year – because he has not been a part of this “fundamental transformation of America.”

I hope he rides this tidal wave right into the White House.

And I pray he remembers his pledge to “Make America Great Again.”



What happened to the right to privacy?


Remember 1973?
It was a long time ago. But one U.S. Supreme Court decision that year is considered inviolate to today’s so-called “progressives.” There can be no “progress” that could ever shake the foundations of their faith in Roe v. Wade.
In a 7-2 ruling, the court asserted they had discovered deep in the “penumbra” of the 14th Amendment, rather than in the text of the Constitution itself, the right to privacy, which limited state power to restrict personal liberty – even to take the life of an unborn child.
Normally, I like decisions that protect personal liberty, except when they don’t protect of the life and liberty of another person – born or unborn.
It’s curious that “progressives,” so fond of that decision, seldom talk about that right to privacy any more.
Today, those asserting a right to privacy and a right to personal liberty are scratching their heads wondering why those principles don’t apply to the sweeping actions of the federal government, including U.S. judges and even the president of the United States in imposing rules that violate both.
Like what?
Like mandates that require public restrooms and locker rooms in every public school in America to accept, without question, biological males who say they identify more with females into female facilities and vice versa.
Where, I wonder, in the Constitution do “progressives” find state power that justifies such actions?
And why, I wonder, do the privacy rights of girls and boys who feel violated, embarrassed and humiliated by such requirements come in?
Obviously, there is no consistency to the way “progressives” twist the law to achieve their objectives.
And what are their objectives in such decision-making?
The ends justify the means. Change for the sake of change. Tear down the walls. Keep the opposition off balance and on defense. Create chaos to achieve more government power.
This, I’m afraid, is what it is all about.

And there’s no end in sight.

It’s getting so bad, people can’t even remember what’s right and what’s wrong or even if there is such a thing.

To get your bearings, ask yourself this question: Would you like your teenage daughter to be required to share a locker room or a restroom with a biological male who claims he identifies more as a female and thus chooses to use the girls’ locker room or restroom? It’s a simple question. It will help you to remember right from wrong, dark from light, right from left, up from down. It’s really that simple. Don’t be intimidated by the name-calling. Just assert your right to privacy and personal liberty.

I personally think this issue is a game-changer.

I refuse to believe Americans will accept it.

It’s a bridge too far even for the so-called “progressives” who have had their way with us, our culture and our laws long enough.

They don’t believe in the Constitution. The Constitution is a document they manipulate beyond all recognition to achieve their sordid goals.

Furthermore, judges and presidents do not make laws. Remember that. It’s been tough to keep that in mind over the last eight years. There has been no representative government. There have been no limits on government power. The Congress of the United States, even under the control of the opposition party, has been neutered, transgendered, if you will. It has participated in the worst and most stunning capitulation to the rule of men rather than the rule of law.

That’s why Donald Trump has been like a force of nature this year – because he has not been a part of this “fundamental transformation of America.”

I hope he rides this tidal wave right into the White House.

And I pray he remembers his pledge to “Make America Great Again.”





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