Abusing Liberty 

The photo-ID law and the effort to subpoena the names of online commenters are clear examples.

Like doctors, government should abide by the phrase primum non nocere, which means, "First, do no harm." Our governments must not actively harm us or inhibit our rights. In fact, there are certain freedoms and rights of the people that are so…

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