Bayou Renaissance Man: The difference between “LEGAL” and “RIGHT”

That’s a really important point, particularly when our ‘ruling class’ uses the law to legitimize actions that are anything but right. Consider it like this.  Congress can pass a law tomorrow that says the sky is red.  From then onward, it’ll be legal to say that the sky is red.  It can even be declared illegal to say that the sky is anything but red.  Nevertheless, the sky won’t actually be red.  The law may declare it so, but the law is visibly, demonstrably, empirically wrong. The same applies to many things that are legal, but are not right by any mainstream moral or ethical standard.  To name just a few:

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