Fairness Is Not Justice: Three Simple Reasons to Reject Fairness

Once upon a time, our laws were based on justice: “With liberty and justice for all.”  Now, it seems there is a sense of “fairness” encroaching upon our liberty and overtaking justice for all.  Many folks equate one term with the other, thinking that fairness and justice are equally compelling concepts of liberty, but they... Continue Reading →

In All Fairness

Here is the story of a wedding (sort of).  One wonders why this particular chapel on the beach was chosen for the union.  Maybe it was the beautiful sunset.  Maybe it was the sandy beach.  Maybe it was the waves.  Or… maybe it was the fact that a Christian ministry owned the seaside chapel.  Maybe... Continue Reading →

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