A legacy of wreckage from the Left

As the Democrats sink deeper in the swamp of heated rhetoric, the gilded cloak of beneficence and good intention is slipping away. National Review's Jim Lacey suggests in a compelling and powerful column that the right should claim the moral high ground: Soon after I published an article questioning the global-warming orthodoxy, the world's foremost hypocrite, Al Gore, informed anyone who still listens to him that my position is akin to racism. The wise course of action would be to ignore the rants of a man who desperately needs the world to remain fearful of carbon, the element on which all life on earth is based. If that fear were to vanish, how would he continue to rake in the millions needed for the purchase of his next beach house? But enough is enough. Why should I sit quietly and let myself be branded a racist? In fact, will someone please explain how the Left is always assumed to have the moral high ground in these kinds of debates? I am particularly curious about this, as...(Read Full Post)