I've started watching Glenn Beck on FoxNews. I had never been exposed to him before the past few months. I'm impressed that he talks about God and morality. However, much of the content of his show centers on economic issues. I never hear him talk about the gay rights movement, or abortion. I wonder why not?
There is a movement to silence those of us who think solving our nation's problems requires solving these problems. The twin issues of abortion and homosexuality are symptoms of the larger problem related to sexual relationships, and family relationships in general.
A vigorous political debate in a free country about these issues is appropriate, even critical. What do you think?