Tuesday, June 09, 2015
"A massive, silent cultural revolution has changed America"
Tolerance is not bad; but, if we tolerate everything, isn't it chaos?...
Kyle Smith wrote this and more in his New York Post column:
"Increasingly, we don’t want to judge others for anything, even if what they’re doing is destructive. But is being non-judgmental the same as granting tacit approval, even support?
Consider the amazing turnaround in people’s views of single parenthood. As of 2002, only 45 percent of Americans thought it was 'morally acceptable' to have a child outside of wedlock. Today it’s 61 percent.
And yet, concurrent with that shift in opinion, it’s become obvious that whether or not it’s 'morally' wrong to have a kid without being married, it’s undoubtedly bad for that kid."