Being able to condemn extremism in whatever form it takes is not the practice of moral equivocation, but desperately needed moral consistency.
The goal must be making fewer Nazis – and purging them from the Republican Party – not just punching or scolding the ones we currently have.
Moral value for Harman is dependent on the existential ability to self-authenticate, to determine one’s own potential. Moral value for Anglin is dependent on the economic ability to self-sustain, to determine one’s own potential.
It’s time we make an intentional effort to recognize racism in our own backyards and stand up and address it.
We must oppose any candidate associated with hatred and segregation of any kind. We must offer no comfort and no quarter.
For today's conservative, our task might very well be said to consist of leaning back into a chair with finger to philtrum muttering the challenge --"Why?"
The pro-abortion camp is losing the empirical debate on life. This is why people like Harman are now resorting to questions of moral value and status rather than that of life.
That others made more coherent arguments on Damore's behalf isn’t evidence he should keep his job; it says other people are better at this sort of thing.
Can Republicans remain competitive in Northern Virginia? When one welds together the center-right, the answer is a surprising and resounding yes.
The abortion industry is terrified that more women are choosing to keep their babies, and is frantic for people like Ralph Northam to keep them in business.