Why Do We Have a “Right” to Obummercare But Not to Keep and Bear?

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Bill Martin savors the fierce defense of the Second Amendment that writer Kurt Hofmann mounts and frequently forwards his columns to me. If you aren’t familiar with this valiant warrior for freedom (whose personal story also inspires), I urge you to make his acquaintance with this article. It intriguingly explores positive vs. negative liberty by asking what would happen “if [the] right to keep and bear arms were treated like [the] ‘right to health care.’”

11:45 am on February 13, 2013