I’ve often wondered why discrimination in commercial transactions is biased towards one party in the transaction. If a baker declines to bake a cake for a gay wedding, he may be sued for discrimination. The plaintiffs will argue that the baker has no right to discriminate against them by refusing to sell them a cake. […]
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