September 30, 2005

Links of the Week

Jonah Goldberg argues that if you want the hand of business out of government, get the hand of government out of business.

John Hawkins is on the same page as me on Tom DeLay. The New Hampshire Union-Leader is even harsher on the Hammer-- perhaps a little too harsh.

Rush Limbaugh is for standing by DeLay, and singles me out for criticism. I respond here.

Julian Sanchez writes that when it comes to marriage, "tradition itself is a chronicle of flux."

And finally, two you've already seen if you've been reading my AmSpecBlog posts: Rick Brookhiser writes on left-wing anti-Semitism, and a "find your favorite SCOTUS-nominee" quiz.

Posted by John Tabin at September 30, 2005 06:38 PM
Comments

Part of the gay agenda is to persuade people that marriage doesn't have roots from time immemorial locking it into the male-female model. Another item in that agenda is to argue there are no absolute truths and that morality is relative. Buy into this farrago and you'll find no reason why human and goat marriages should be discouraged just because opinion and tradition are against such unions.

Posted by: Banjo at October 1, 2005 09:36 PM

So, Banjo, you join with the postmodernist far-leftists who insist on the existence of a "gay agenda" that is by definition pomo-lefty? If your beliefs are logically consistent, then you no doubt also buy into the canard that Clarence Thomas, Condi Rice et al. aren't "authentically black." I, on the other hand, find both of those ideas noxious.

Posted by: John Tabin at October 2, 2005 02:28 AM

I'm impressed; I would not have thought it possible to have missed the point of my article so completely and spectacularly.

Posted by: Julian Sanchez at October 2, 2005 02:34 PM