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The Moral Infrastructure

Forrest L. Wrote: May 08, 2012 5:57 PM
I merely wish to remind the 966 who responded previously of Mr. Sowell's final two paragraphs which I have copied and pasted below. It is quite clear that his warning is appropriate for many of the responders! The Moral Infrastructure is sadly lacking. " But if everyone takes the path of least resistance -- if politicians pander to particular constituencies and judges give only wrist slaps to particular groups or mobs who are currently in vogue, and educators indoctrinate their students with "non-judgmental" attitudes -- then the moral infrastructure corrodes and crumbles. The moral infrastructure is one of the intangibles, without which the tangibles don't work. Like the physical infrastructure, its neglect in the short run invites di

The "Occupy" movement, which the Obama administration and much of the media have embraced, has implications that reach far beyond the passing sensation it has created.

The unwillingness of authorities to put a stop to their organized disruptions of other people's lives, their trespassing, vandalism and violence is a de facto suspension, if not repeal, of the 14th Amendment's requirement that the government provide "equal protection of the laws" to all its citizens.

How did the "Occupy" movement acquire such immunity from the laws that the rest of us are expected to obey? Simply by shouting politically correct...