Libertarians’ Confusion about stopping the Mosque and property rights: Ayn Rand’s mandate for private citizen’s social action and her forbiddance of government forceful social control. It turns on idealism and the extent to which each movement demands the political word function like their idealized world. The debate and how or whether to stop the Ground [...]
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Progressives, reject the notion the classical and medieval notion that nature contained ideal patterns and principles of the proper function of reality; instead, along with the Modern philosophic project, Progressives believed that mankind was the only creator of social reality – it had not connection with nature, such that it was up to man to [...]
The overall confusion: The overall confusion of not wanting the Mosque but acknowledging the legal right to do so and what the Islamic Public diplomacy has not done to exonerate any portion of Islam from complicity in the Jihad against America. Americans that oppose the construction, a lot of them are conservatives but some are [...]
Difference between Progressives and Conservatives: The difference between Progressives and Conservatives is that the latter realizes people are corrupt and most people will give in to the base temptation because they feel justified; progressives imagine that it would be better for all if the someone could force everyone to expunge any such beliefs of legitimate [...]
Ayn Rand in the New Left shows Statism is equal to communism, fascism, socialism, or welfare-ism alike: they all bring people to surrender from their control to the state, their life, liberty, and pursuit of individual property and happiness. It forces all persons into a mechanized state, whereby the government creates rights and distributes justice and property to people according to the dictates of the government. But remember that as recent history has shown, see Geller and Spencer’s book The Post-American Presidency, Leftist government bows obsequiously to Union bosses and large donor contributors – which causes policy, justice, and rights not to be created to serve the votes’ best interests, consisting of many different special interests, but only the interest of one – the elite. This is exact decline that Aristotle demonstrates comes from the corruption of democracy into the tyranny of the elite, or aristocracy (see Aristotle’s Politics).
David Henderson is appalled that a libertarian is arguing to infringe on the property rights of the building owner.
There are two camps on this issue. The issue turns on whether one wants to see Islam as based on the book of the Koran and the initial Hadiths, which trained the initial consciousness of the people; or they want to see it as an historical movement that has changed over time — whereby new and more refined documents replaced the Koran as the normative standards.