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Celebrating the Creation Of Rights That Don't Exist

When it comes to rights, leftists are always quick to invent them to further their selfish desires. In an opinion essay published in the Fish Wrapper entitled A tribute to Justice Louis Brandeis (and entitled "For privacy rights, thank Justice Brandeis" in the DFW), Daniel Schorr from NPR (or NLR, for National Leftist Radio, as I like to call it), pays tribute to the man who invented a right that doesn't exist:

If he is remembered for nothing else, he will be remembered for discovering a constitutional right to privacy, which became the underpinning of the right to an abortion.

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When it comes to rights, leftists are always quick to invent them to further their selfish desires. In an opinion essay published in the Fish Wrapper entitled A tribute to Justice Louis Brandeis (and entitled "For privacy rights, thank Justice Brandeis" in the DFW), Daniel Schorr from NPR (or NLR, for National Leftist Radio, as I like to call it), pays tribute to the man who invented a right that doesn't exist:

If he is remembered for nothing else, he will be remembered for discovering a constitutional right to privacy, which became the underpinning of the right to an abortion.

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