Daily Archives: December 16, 2012

Fairness and Freedom – Compatible?

Fairness is a value judgment. In the fight over taxing the rich, those with good values are losing the judgment. They are losing because they have failed to name, and defend, the moral right which ought to define fairness toward … Continue reading

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A New Conclusion to the Parable of the “Prodigal Son”

Government, in its anti-wisdom of unreflective compassion, has effectively ordained the unintended consequence of sanctioning and subsidizing the “pigsty.” Why return to the father when one can keep his “pride” and continue eating pods alongside his piggish brethren? The government, … Continue reading

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