Every once in a while a news item becomes so big that a threshold is reached. Thinking people must weigh in.
When the US Supreme Court hears two cases involving the rights and treatment of individuals who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender, there is a lot at stake. Our country faces a really important test.
It’s not so much about the specific legal issues, though they are not insignificant. Much more important here is the larger question of what America will decide about compassion, grace and fairness. Will we, as a nation, stay true to our founding principles of freedom and equality for all?
I have a strong opinion on fairness. And I am sorry for your heart if you donâ€™t agree.
Read the full post over at the Courier-Journal blog.
2 replies on “In the Prime post up over at the Courier-Journal blog: Reflections on fairness for all Americans”
Thank you for that post Dr. Mandrola. So eloquently written. It makes me wish I lived back east so you could be my EP. Your blogs have kept me optimistic and upbeat through all of my trials and tribs of the past year and I thank you for that.
Well said Dr. Mandrola, and thank you for saying it.