Making Distinctions

To answer every observation of the mitigation of state evil, every instance of a good produced by the state, whether intentional or accidental, with another cry from the mountaintops of "the state is evil" is a failure to make a vitally important moral distinction. That failure leaves one blind to where evil’s power comes from, what is controlling that power, and how it is controlled.

Kyle Bennett posts a thought-provoking piece, worthy of consideration, in response to a comment to one of my articles.


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1 Comments

  1. Nicole on August 11, 2005 at 00:05

    There was no room for comments in your "Victimhood" post, so I'm jumping in here.

    What a thought-provoking post. Well said. Left-leaning as I am in many ways, the "Victimhood" epidemic in this country is a pet peeve of mine.

    Excellent and articulate. Kudos to you!

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