Why don’t you just sue them ?

I have often hear someone saying why doesn’t the ACLU https://www.aclu.org/  defend someone by suing them.  Comes to find out.. the ACLU only sues THE GOVERNMENT when it is violating its own laws… it does not sue corporations for wrong doing..

That being said… I ran across this website http://www.instituteforliberty.org/

Our Vision for IFL’s Future

IFL is an aggressive defender of the rights of individuals to pursue the American dream. We inject the perspective of small businesses, and the working families that depend on them, into the public policy debate.

In this day and age, with government expanding at an alarming rate, IFL is fighting on a variety of different fronts. We pursue public policy from an academic perspective, we help to organize grassroots activists and events, and we offer not just strategic and tactical solutions, but solutions that can and ought to be implemented by policymakers.

IFL is organized around a series of centers. Our Center for Health Security focuses on ensuring that America’s health care system isn’t destroyed by those who want to see it taken over by the state. Our Center for Strategic Policy works to give Americans a deeper understanding of how and why public policies are formulated the way they are. Our Center for American Regulatory Engagement works to involve massive numbers of Americans in the regulatory process, and inject the small business perspective into those debates.

Our goal is to be the preeminent organization pushing back against the expansion of the state, putting a stop to policies that will undermine that which has made this nation great.

Which sounds like “Joe Public’s ” ACLU…

Maybe what those in the chronic pain community have been looking for ?




5 Responses

  1. nothing makes any sense anymore

  2. What state would that be?

  3. Read another alarming post that in a certain state next year only long acting narcotics will be allowed. My smaller brain is thinking how stupid can lawmakers be? More expensive and more dangerous? Newer medication without a lot of followup? And again the problems with filling and finding a educated pain specialty. Another post asking if there was really a shortage of fentanyl patches lol .

  4. Umm isn’t the DEA a government agency???

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