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Portman's Bold Attack on an Anti-Semite and Huckabee's Untimely Critique

...If you can meet with triumph and disaster

And treat those two imposters just the same...

...Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it,

And - which is more - you'll be a Man my son! - Rudyard Kipling, "if"

Truth in essence is a person (Christian worldview)­, as well captured in John 14:6. Truth is NOT an excuse, or mitigation­s meant to explain away things. Such are referred to as excuses, mere speculatio­n and attempts at second guessing.

Wrong must also be absolute and easily definable. One proof that humans know what's wrong? Why do they look for so many words to explain or justify things? Abortion is wrong, not merely because of the loss of life(s) involved, but because the acts that led to it in the first were wrong. Sex is not bad, but based on lust and related vices, it takes on a whole new negative dimension.

It's a result of the nature of this world, lopsided nature, that the Natalie Portmans' are easier to condemn than the murderous despots who rule men.

Huckabee's attack on Portman is based on some truth, just like her own attack on anti-semit­es like Galliano, mutually exclusive but intersecti­ng at Truth Highway. Both need to be courageous­ly said out loud at the end of the day.

Honesty is a foundation­al value for any society. Truth must return to its ultimate place. We must make it so second nature we even take it for granted.
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