Discrimination

No level of government should deny or abridge the rights of any individual on account of sex, race, color, creed, age, national origin, economic status, marital status, sexual preference, physical ability, mental ability, or place of employment. We affirm that government should not use quota systems based on any of the above criteria.

We oppose all governmental attempts to regulate private choice in association, including discrimination in employment, housing, and the use of privately-owned “public” accommodations. The right to trade includes the right not to trade―any reason whatsoever. We also call for the repeal of the so-called Civil Rights Act of 1991 whose selfcontradictory provisions force employers to use hiring quotas on the basis of race and sex in order to avoid “disparate impact” lawsuits, but whose provisions make it illegal to use such hiring quotas.

We call for the repeal of the American With Disabilities Act (ADA), since it imposes mandates on employers to hire individuals they may not wish to hire, such as alcohol or drug abusers and people with personality disorders. Additionally, businesses are told what type of facilities to provide, which violates private property rights, and also discourages employers from hiring low skilled or disabled people.