The end of tolerance

| October 7, 2011

Another excellent piece from Mercatornet: The illusion that moral diversity is a viable social strategy is at its last gasp…. [F]or about sixty or so years, Western culture has been engaged in a protracted rebellion against whole swathes of public ethics. For whatever reason, our culture has effectively disdained to engage in moral debate on […]

“Friends with benefits”: but who benefits?

| August 23, 2011

From Mariette Ulrich at Mercatornet: When I saw ads for the recently released Friends with Benefits, I thought I was experiencing déjà vu. Wasn’t that film released last year? Why no, the movie I had in mind was different, and it was titled No Strings Attached. Well, not entirely different; same frivolous treatment of self-centred […]