"Deeply Held Personal Beliefs"

Doug Wilson exposes the insanity of the constant attempts to remove “deeply held personal beliefs” from one’s public duty (using the Alito hearings as an example). Very funny.

I have said before that this idea–namely, that one should be in public what one is not in private, and vice versa–is rightly termed “hypocrisy,” and for some reason, it has become a public virtue in our society.

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