Court Gives Virus Equal Rights
In the historic battle between the deadly AIDS virus and American doctors, the Supreme Court of the United States has taken the side of the virus.
The case of Bragdon v. Abbott, decided by the court on June 25, is one of the worst examples yet of the dictatorial power the federal government has assumed over some aspects of American life and the monstrous hypocrisy it exhibits in exercising that power.
In Bragdon the court ruled that infection with one particular incurable and deadly venereal disease is akin to a physical handicap such as blindness or deafness and that the carriers of this one particular disease are entitled to unique legal protection under the Americans …
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Publication information: Article title: Court Gives Virus Equal Rights. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: Human Events. Volume: 54. Issue: 26 Publication date: July 1, 1998. Page number: 1+. © Human Events Publishing, Inc. Feb 16, 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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