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By now we’ve all heard about the attack on ‘religious freedom’ being perpetrated by Obama and his contraception crusade. And we’re starting to hear about how Virginia lawmakers are trying to redefine personhood in just the way that Mississippians failed … Continue reading
Levi Bryant has a good point about the culpability of BP in the oil leakage in the Gulf. If corporations want to be treated like persons, shouldn’t they be punished like persons too?