On Moral Offense
The individual does not have a right to be free of moral offense or
simple inconvenience. Hence, no law can be constructed which grants
to the individual or group, protection from emotional, intellectual,
or moral disturbance, indignation, or offense, except as incidental
corollaries of law forbidding assault, harrassment, theft,
trespassing, and other relevant crimes as defined and enumerated in
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