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Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by Speakeasy, Apr 30, 2011.
I'm sorry, where is the "right to demand people not carry weapons onto your property," enumerated?
"Rights" is such a loosely used term these days.
The principals of Private Property Rights are well founded in the establishment of this Country.
Seriously, you don't understand property rights?
Where is the right to do as you wish on someone else's property enumerated?
See above...it's a Natural Right to own and control ones property.
Such a specific right is not enumerated. The right is a broad one that establishes a right to profit from and control what happens on property that they own and/or control. It is one of the cornerstones of our jurisprudence.
You probably need to clarify here. Property rights, as pointed out already, are not a loosely used term, nor are they something that's just cropped up "these days".
So is it your position that a right has to be enumerated for it to exsist? That implies that, absent the intervention of the government, there is no right.
The idea that one only has the rights that Govt. authorizes through legislation seems to be a popular one these days.
Good to see the property rights issue is now understood, finally.
I already understood that some here apparently don't like property rights.