“There aren’t any serious voices …clamoring for religion to be tied to government”

We are discussed by Erin Manning at Rod Dreher’s Crunchy @ BeliefNet. Manning starts out by talking about this site but her piece soon finds itself back in a well-worn groove, railing at the “new secular morality” with its supposed corollaries: Sixties liberationism, trashing of tradition, judicial activism, hedonistic pleasure-seeking, and so forth. Bradlaugh will be upset: his real agenda has been exposed!

P.S. Bonus assertion for reader study: “There is no logical secular reason to oppose the death penalty.”

About Walter Olson

Fellow at a think tank in the Northeast specializing in law. Websites include overlawyered.com. Former columnist for Reason and Times Online (U.K.), contributor to National Review, etc.
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