12-7-17 4:52 PM EST: I think the common denominator with both of these very recent Right Angle discussion videos has to do with the rights of the individual, and our U.S. Constitution seems to be a champion of those individual rights.
One can subordinate themselves to a collective if they want to, and they can utilize their freedom of association rights for that, but the government, whether it be city, county, state or fed, can not force you to subordinate your codified Bill of Rights to them as they apply to you. I like that, however, we've still got problems with deciding where the rights of one either usurps or nullifies the rights of another.
In these two videos we have the wedding cake maker whose case is now being decided in the Supreme Court. He didn't want to bake a cake for a gay wedding. We also have a man who apparently, explicity, did not want to be rescuscitated should medical persons find him "in need of it".
Which side of each case in each video do you agree with (as if I didn't already know)?