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Victims Of Theft Quotes By Fred Small

Global warming is a justice issue. It's a justice issue because global warming is theft - theft from our own children and grand children, of their right to a livable future. It's a justice issue, because its victims are, and will be, disproportionately poor and of color, those least able to contend with or to flee, the storms, droughts, famines, and rising tides of global warming. — Fred Small

Victims Of Theft Quotes By Ta-Nehisi Coates

In 2001, the Associated Press published a three-part investigation into the theft of black-owned land stretching back to the antebellum period. The series documented some 406 victims and 24,000 acres of land values at tends of millions of dollars. The land was taken through means ranging from legal chicanery to terrorism. — Ta-Nehisi Coates

Victims Of Theft Quotes By Don Feder

Executing a murderer is the only way to adequately express our horror at the taking of an innocent life. Nothing else suffices. To equate the lives of killers with those of victims is the worst kind of moral equivalency. If capital punishment is state murder, then imprisonment is state kidnapping and restitution is state theft. — Don Feder

Victims Of Theft Quotes By Luis Gutierrez

According to the Privacy Rights Center, up to 10 million Americans are victims of ID theft each year. They have a right to be notified when their most sensitive health data is stolen. — Luis Gutierrez

Victims Of Theft Quotes By James Langevin

Foster children are disproportionately victims of identity theft. — James Langevin

Victims Of Theft Quotes By Bill Nelson

If we don't act now to safeguard our privacy, we could all become victims of identity theft. — Bill Nelson

Victims Of Theft Quotes By Murray N. Rothbard

A robber who justified his theft by saying that he really helped his victims, by his spending giving a boost to retail trade, would find few converts; but when this theory is clothed in Keynesian equations and impressive references to the "multiplier effect," it unfortunately carries more conviction. — Murray N. Rothbard