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Moral of The Story: When You Always Put Your Own Interests First, It Can Work Against Your Interests

Oh my. Sometimes commenting on the libertarian mindset is just gilding the lily: A 55-year-old biker protesting New York State’s law requiring helmet use died at a hospital Saturday after striking his head in an accident. The Associated Press reports that Phillip A. Contos of Parish, N.Y., was riding with others through the town of Onondaga on Saturday afternoon without head protection, to protest the state’s requirement that bikers wear helmets.
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New York Man Rides in Protest of Helmet Law and Dies After Crashing Motorcycle Without Helmet

News : Jonathan Turley (3 years ago)

This week, Philip Contos, 55, joined a group of motorcyclists to protest New York’s helmet law by riding bareheaded. He became a symbol of a different kind when he crashed and died after hitting his head on the roadway. The accident... Read Post

Anti-helmet protest biker dies after crash

Odd : news:lite (3 years ago)

A biker who was taking part in a protest ride against mandatory helmet laws has died… after crashing and hitting his head on the pavement.Philip Contos had been riding in a New York anti-helmet rally when the accident happened and..... Read Post

Does the Modern Administrative State Inherently Violate the Rule of Law? (SPOILER: No.)

Politics : Lawyers, Guns & Money (12 hours ago)

Showing us where the conservertarian movement to restore the law of the Gilded Age is headed, Phillip Hamburger has a forthcoming book called Is Administrative Law Unlawful? “that answers this question in the affirmative.” Unfortuna... Read Post


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