Source: The International Forecaster, by James Corbett
The principle of health freedom is really the underlying principle of freedom generally: that I own my body, and that no presumed governmental authority wearing whatever hat or badge can force me into ceding that ownership to them.
In an age where women are being arrested for holding signs warning drivers about speed traps up ahead, police across the country are swooping in to shut down children’s lemonade stands, and new traveling VIPR teams are bringing that special brand of TSA tyranny to the treets of America, it is perhaps a morbid speculation to ponder which particular aspect of modern American life would cause the founding fathers to spin in their graves the most vigorously.
But it is not idle speculation, after all, and if the respect for individual liberty that the country was supposedly founded upon means anything at all, surely…
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