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From some FA on the Hobby Lobby ruling:

"But the government points to a long line of cases holding that for-profit companies may not use religion as a basis for failing to comply with generally applicable laws."

Earlier this month we learned that the FAA decrees that it's legal to use drones for fun, but not for profit.

Why do I lose rights in America simply by virtue of trying to make money on my own time, or with my own association with others?

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  • If all of life is commerce, then the government feels cozy regulating your whole life.
    Time to vote out these Godless Commie Sodomites and bring in some proper Americans (which idea, of course, is a philosophical concept, and has precisely 0 ethnic, religious, or sexual content, for all the liars will attempt to claim otherwise. Liars gonna lie, amIright?).
    • by Bill Dog (726542)

      (which idea, of course, is a philosophical concept, and has precisely 0 ethnic, ...

      Too much acknowledgement lately of Leftie assertions that they don't even believe so are not worth (semi-validating by) acknowledging...

  • The very part of the constitution I hate.

    • by Bill Dog (726542)

      But what if I don't sell to foreign nations, to other states, or to Native American tribes? Then according to that, the feds at least, have no grounds to get involved in my commerce.

      I suppose then your idea of communities is that they be what I'll call right now "trade immunity" zones, where as long as it's intra-community, it's sans regulations (besides things like fraud laws)? And only trade outside the community would be where, in a sense, "foreign policy" considerations would come into play/get factor

      • "But what if I don't sell to foreign nations, to other states, or to Native American tribes?"

        Works for me, but the Supreme Court had decreed that if you sell to ANYBODY in dollars, you're engaging in interstate trade.

        "I suppose then your idea of communities is that they be what I'll call right now "trade immunity" zones, where as long as it's intra-community, it's sans regulations (besides things like fraud laws)?"

        Not necessarily. There's still your LOCAL government to deal with- and they can have all the

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