Gruden and Miller: Considering the Pardonable and the Unpardonable

Theodore Dalrymple makes an interesting comparison on what is considered pardonable and unpardonable in our upside-down, 21st-century moral order over at The Epoch Times.

These are the circumstances under which we now permanently live: everything that we write, say, or do will be recorded and may be used in evidence against you—when convenient to some authority or other. You have been warned. You are a suspect because you are a human being.

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