A Man’s Home Is His Constitutional Castle

Christopher Hitchens on Henry Louis Gates’s arrest:

It is the U.S. Constitution, and not some competitive agglomeration of communities or constituencies, that makes a citizen the sovereign of his own home and privacy. There is absolutely no legal requirement to be polite in the defense of this right. And such rights cannot be negotiated away over beer.

Tuesday, 28 July 2009

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