Joseph: Discrimination Is Not Always a Dirty Word
It is the essence of true justice to be able to discriminate between good and evil, between right and wrong, between truth and falsehood.
Our natural obligation to exercise careful discrimination is neither unjust nor discretionary.
In order to make the rule of law actually work, good discrimination based on rational moral discernment must be recognized as mandatory.
Regrettably, under wokeism, anti-discrimination laws are being stretched way beyond their original purview. They now seek to outlaw all expressions of the traditional religious beliefs that sodomy is sinful and that the killing of unborn children is wrong.
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