Prudence Means Addressing Reality, Not What We Wish is Reality

Prudence Means Addressing Reality, Not What We Wish is Reality November 12, 2012

Rod Dreher and Conor Friedersdorf are attempting this.  The question to ask yourself is, when you hear those names, do you ask yourself, “Is what they are saying true?” or “Why should I listen to them because they are ritually impure sources of information?”  If the latter, I would suggest it is important to listen to people who don’t always tell you what you already think.

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