Tag: Morality

Penn State and the slow death of American self-reliance

In the wake of the horrific child abuse scandal roiling Penn State, many have been trying to understand how Sandusky’s predatory behavior could have continued unchecked for so long.  The focal point of this “how could this happen” question is the fact that Mike McQueary actually witnessed an assault.  Rather

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Applauding moral courage

Yesterday, I noted two sterling examples of physical bravery in the battlefield.  I’d like, today, to pay homage to moral bravery in the face of both verbal and physical attacks.  Despite withering fire from her school and the community, and despite threat physical confrontations, knife threats and property attacks, conservative

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