Is There a Right to Violate Rights?

Liberty Toastmasters tackle the questions, “Is there a right to violate rights? Is it okay for the establishment of collective entitlements to violate the natural rights of the individual?” Rep. Brandi Bradley discusses the proposed abortion legislation.
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Is There a Right to Violate Rights?
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Liberty Toastmasters tackle the questions, “Is there a right to violate rights? Is it okay for the establishment of collective entitlements to violate the natural rights of the individual?”

  • Rick Ross: There’s a perceived right to violate rights when those rights belong to those whose lives are perceived to hold little value (ie, unborn fetuses). Democrats are allowing everyday people to become dumb and despondent so they can be taken advantage of.
  • Greg Morrissey: People need to understand and follow the Constitution in order to “wake up” to and stand against the government’s violations of rights.
  • Russ Farmer: Natural rights cannot be universally protected; they can only be protected by society and the individual. The pursuit of happiness is something everyone strives for, though not everyone knows what that really means.
  • Christie Whaley: There is no right to violate rights. Because the government is failing to protect rights, it has become an enemy of the people.
  • Dave Walden: There is no right to violate rights. Morally speaking, the collective do not have the right to violate the individual rights of anyone.
  • Josh Lallement: Once our society can recognize the property rights of individuals, the idea of [infringing on rights for the sake of] what’s good for the community will naturally sort itself out.

Listen to the full interview in the first hour.

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Interview with Rep. Brandi Bradley

Rep. Brandi Bradley discusses the proposed abortion legislation. Three abortion bills have been introduced: SB 23-188, 189, and 190. 188 requires doctors to approve forms of reproductive healthcare such as gender affirming care, abortions, etc with no medical/religious exemptions. 189 requires large employer insurance plans to provide total coverage for abortion costs. 190 would ban “life-affirming alternatives for abortion”, and would shut down clinics that provide free care for maintaining or reversing a pregnancy. Contact Bradley at Email: repbradley@gmail.com; Phone: 303-961-8561. Listen to the full interview in the second hour.

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