Ryan W. McMaken
Lew Rockwell Blog 
May 5, 2013
The Anonymous network of hackers has its uses, but lest you think they’re motivated by libertarianism, note this thoroughly anti-libetarian move  from Anonymous.
The dismissal of a teacher from the Bishop Watterson Catholic High School in Columbus has triggered numerous protests. Many have argued that the decision to terminate Carla Hale from her job just because she admitted to being gay is clear discrimination.
Anonymous hackers have also sent a message to the Columbus Catholic Diocese.
“We are not here to talk about moral laws, even though it is an argument we will win, for it is the actions of the Catholic Diocese which are so obviously immoral. However there have been laws broken,” the hackers stated.
Oh noes! “Laws have been broken,” says Anonymous. Gee, we can’t have that, can we? Without the federal government’s employment laws, there would be chaos! Right, Anonymous? A private organization has no right to employ whomever it wants. Much better to follow federal regulation instead.
What’s next? Anonymous hacking people who don’t obey Obamacare and buy health insurance?
Says Anonymous: “Follow the rules, comrade!”