Let's talk corporations. The issue of the day is whether the bill of rights covers corporations as people. We have been on this slippery slope of corporate rights under the constitution for over 100 years. So let's talk about it.
Corporations have argued that they can't get the death penalty. They have argued that they can't be guilty of torture for running torture centers. They can't be guilty of practicing slavery. They can't be guilty of piracy.
So what does it mean for corporations to have benefits of the bill of rights, when the argue that they can't be burdened by the obligations of being civil in society?
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