because unalienable rights to life and liberty negate all governments, gangs, and gods
There is in every village a torch - the teacher: and an extinguisher - the clergyman.
[The] institution of the home is the one anarchist institution. … [I]t is older than law, and stands outside the State.
Why doesn’t anyone protest the gowns of the State’s judges? Why can’t they wear business suits like normal people? Are they priests? Is the State a religion?
Since they parted from religion, the nonreligious have had a feeling of emptiness and are provisionally trying to create a substitute, a kind of fulfillment, through devotion to the state.