Life and Conscience; Rights of Property, Property of Rights – and the Difference between Property and Property Rights

In Article 1, Section 4 of the Utah Constitution – in a section that is often merely labelled a section on Religious Freedom – it states: “The Rights of Conscience shall not be infringed.” This sentence wisely appears before the protection of religious freedom, since logically, as will be shown, the rights of conscience are […]

Indefinite Detention and Standing – Should a Technicality outweigh Constitutional Protection?

[Note: In an attempt to make a long story short, and to have that reflect in a shorter post, this quick chronology has been simplified. There are many more details that can be found in studying the case history of Hedges v. Obama] SIMPLIFIED BACKGROUND OF 2012 NDAA “President” Obama threatened a veto in an […]