1. Owning a ball python regardless of your geographical location
2. Drinking straws
3. Purchasing wine at age 18
4. Driving Segways instead of cars
5. Refusing service based on religious objections
Should be legal to sell wine and booze and beet in all stores in all states.
Fully transferring a car lease. As in totally off your name not just some pretend transferred ownership.
Confiscating anyone’s leaf blower and destroying it.
That is it??
Driving without a seatbelt
On a more serious note:
The Baker ruling was sly and devilish
The majority implied that they can’t be forced to 1) bake [something difficult to enforce in any case].But to hold in event on premises ,possibly that should be forced
due to 2) the explicit prejudice [would it be implicit,then…]
Thomas,and Gorsuch to a lesser extent
argued all this and more in their concurrences
And that is just the beginning .they whipped the Right into pining for the next case and confusion
Paradoxically they sort of felt, the latest wild multi racial Left was was becoming chaotic and slipping from under their heels.
So this sent a message to this mass Left they are pretty okay.But to go after religious moral people
it needs be done in a more cultured refined way.In other words, leave it to their betters such as justices.
Putting posters up on lamp posts. There should be licensing and fees required, and no inappropriate images but being that elected officials use lamp posts for their own campaign advertisements it should be considered appropriate for that purpose. The city can even use this as a source of revenue.
The freedom not to do something trumps the right to have something done for you.
Slapping ready now every time he says