If It’s Selective, Then It Isn’t Really ‘Majority Rule’

On October 12, 2014, in News Clips, by Stan Greer

Under the principles of limited government espoused by the American Founding Fathers who wrote and approved our Constitution two-and-a-quarter centuries ago and most Americans today, public decisions are generally made by majority rule, but private decisions are not unless all parties affected by the decision agree to it.  For example, the fact that the majority […]