Comment: Arguably

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Liberty oriented philosophy transcends black/white, old/young, male/female etc issues when recognizing the rights of the individual.

Volitional politics would further accept the endowed virtues of an individual to succeed on their own personal or professional terms, while exercising one's conscientious ethic as the foundation of their character.

An ethical apparatus of governance would additionally declare that no other individual, fraternal entity, chartered organization or governmental chapter shall infringe upon those rights, including the principles of property, agency, corporality, sovereignty, philosophy or spirituality [please see post below for elaboration].

To finally endorse (ex. Affirmative Action) or denounce (ex. rich people) solely on the basis of percentage (~minorities or 'the 1%') is a form of bias.

IMO this would reflect the 1st and 5th points in Dr. Paul's list