Virtue and Free Speech
Mark Judge, Acculturated
Defending offensive speech is not a virtuous act. This is a fact that seems to have been lost in the anger and anxiety over the murders last week of the twelve Charlie Hebdo journalists by Islamic extremists.
Blasphemy for Me, but Not for Thee
Matthew Continetti, National Review Online
Do liberals actually believe in the right to offend?
Supreme Court hears religious speech case
The Becket Fund
Arizona town’s ordinance allows signs for big politicians, but not small churches.
The 6 Moral Foundations Of Politics
Trevin Wax, The Gospel Coalition
“You can’t legislate morality,” the old saying goes, a statement that purports to be common sense, until you begin to realize you can’t not legislate morality. All legislation is passed within a moral framework of ethical ideals and moral considerations.