There is a comfortable lie that many people tell so they can be deemed acceptable to certain social and political classes. The lie goes, “you cannot legislate morality.” No one actually believes that, as Michael Quinn Sullive says in this Reflection. All law is a reflection of morality. They just don’t want legislation based on the morality of God as embodied in the Bible. They want to substitute the morality of God with the whims of men.
All law is a matter of morality; the only question is if that law is in keeping with, or foreign to, the moral precepts of holy scripture.
As a self-governing nation, each of us are supposed to be the leaders. Do we act like it?
As citizens, we must look past the political packaging.
Too many politicians rank talking ahead of doing.