Does the right to carry/defend your life trump the right of a private business to enforce a “no gun zone” on their property?
I’m conflicted here. I feel like you shouldn’t be able to nullify the rights of someone on your property. I feel like that’s like saying, “on my property, slavery is legal.”
But on the other hand, having the government intervene with private property to prevent such a thing is also wrong.
I view gun ownership as an extension of the right to life, through means of defense. And the right to life is one of the single most important rights there are, and therefore shouldn’t be restricted at all or at least minimally, but then again property is another one of the big rights.
So does life trump property or are they equal or what? Idk what to think here
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