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A Political Glossary: Part III

MadisonLives Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 3:22 PM
Thank you Kenneth -- I'll take this as a compliment : ) I am writing a book, working on getting funding to hire post-docs, I have one U.S. Senator on board. Next goal is to be published in National Affairs. Cap-and-Prioritize is happening. I would be happy to take on Dr. Sowell in a respectful debate. I'm at 303-949-8075. I am using posts like this to test messages and discover objections. It all helps.

Editor's Note: This is Part III in a series. Part I can be found here. Part II can be found here.

If there were a Hall of Fame for political rhetoric, the phrase "social justice" would deserve a prominent place there. It has the prime virtue of political catchwords: It means many different things to many different people.

In other words, if you are a politician, you can get lots of people, with different concrete ideas, to agree with you when you come out boldly for the vague generality of "social justice."

Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes said that a good...