How to Stay “Orthodox” Without Getting Angry
by Kevin Offner
Liberals and conservatives agree about one thing these days: something is seriously wrong with American culture. Hardly a week goes by when some pundit does not decry our shocking “lack of values,” “sleazy ethics,” or “inability to feel shame.”
I’m not even 40 years old, yet I often find myself repeating the “I-can-remember-when” refrain: I can remember when my neighborhood was safe and I felt comfortable walking at night. I can remember when public schools disciplined students, and when parents generally trusted that their kids would be taught a modicum of truth and morality there. I can remember when the majority of people thought that divorce . . .
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