quotes tagged with 'discrimination'

The virtue of tolerance has been distorted and elevated to a position of such prominence as to be thought equal to and even valued more than morality. It is one thing to be tolerant, even forgiving of individual conduct. It is quite another to collectively legislate and legalize to protect immoral conduct that can weaken, even destroy the family.
Author: Boyd K. Packer, Source: BYU Women’s Conference, May 5, 2006Saved by cboyack in virtue morality family tolerance immorality legislation discrimination 12 years ago[save this] [permalink]
Anti-discrimination laws do not prevent discrimination, they compel discrimination. They do not protect the rights of either the employer or the employee but on the other hand destroy the rights of both by transferring control over jobs to government. There is no such thing as group justice. There is only individual justice. Rights and duties, punishments and rewards can be dispensed only according to individual merit and not at all according to membership or non-membership in any particular group. The idea of group justice is a mirage or an illusion because justice cannot be administered to groups. It is nothing but a clumsy fraud designed to increase the power of government at the expense of human rights.
Author: H. Verlan Andersen, Source: http://inspiredconstitution.org/mbfs/chapter_13.htmlSaved by cboyack in government society individual right law employment group discrimination 13 years ago[save this] [permalink]

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