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Why is a medical procedure being reframed as a deeply divisive moral issue in the US?
One woman who frequently flew on Southwest, was constantly disappointed with every aspect of the company’s operation.
But trying to solve this by declaring the customer “always right” is counter-productive.
An early grass roots, neo-libertarian, urban, political group which existed in the UK during and after the English Civil War.
A philosophy advocating the rights of the individual as against the state or church as espoused by such eighteenth century English writers as John Locke and J. In modern times Classic Liberals have become either libertarians or small ‘l’ liberals.
A political philosophy of self reliance, reason and maximum non-interference by the state in matters of both economic and personal affairs.
Straddling both left and right, a libertarian would believe in the right to bear arms, access to IVF or hallucinatory drugs for any adult, a free market capitalist economy and the abolition of censorship.
They advocated self ownership, electoral reform, separation of powers, limited use of the death penalty, religious toleration, and removal of government restrictions on trade and land use. The ancient crime of violating the dignity of the sovereign.
Were given the name by the privileged aristocracy and wealthy traders who feared their estates would be levelled. Recognized in some contemporary jurisdictions as a law to prevent libel or slander against a ruling or visiting head of state.