Special rights

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Special rights, also called special privileges, are privileges extended to a particular special-interest group but denied to the majority. Indeed, special rights come at the expense of the rights of the majority. Examples of special rights include same-sex "marriage"[1] and the repeal of Don't ask, don't tell[2].

References

  1. No Special Rights
  2. Accuracy in Media article on DADT
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