Liberty is the right to own your life. That you can use your time, energy and talents to go after whatever it is that you want as long as it doesn't violate the rights of another.I am being libertarian. I can choose to live and do business in a state that does not have a discrimination law in effect, as could they. Liberty does not mean violating any state law you do not like in the name of religious freedom.
No one is obligated to serve another as everyone ownership of their body and it's facilities, as such have ownership of their own labor and service and with that right the own property. Furthermore, involuntary servitude is slavery and it does not call for payment.If you want a state business license so you can conduct services for the general public, then there are certain people you are obligated to provide services for even if you don't like them. There is no right to deny services. The 13th applied to slavery and involuntary servitude, not paid services, so it is irrelevant to this discussion and a hyperbole at best.
Nonsense. The condition in which the cake was to be made was unknown, and thus, the terms of the contract was yet to made.Once payment has been rendered for property, it is no longer your property. The customers paid for the cake, therefore the baker was obligated to provide the cake.