I’ve been invited to contribute to the Loftus Party, a culture and politics website. It’s the brainchild of writer and comedian Michael Loftus, and focuses on commentary that’s more right of center than left-wing. My first piece discusses debating bad ideas, not bad people:
And yet I have leftist friends. Leftist relatives. Leftist cyber-buddies, even. You probably do, too.
How do I get along with them?
By recognizing a simple fact: the sum total of a person is far, far greater than his political beliefs. It’s a notion we used to take for granted, but it needs to be stated clearly and for the record.
Click to read the whole piece. It describes a philosophy that’s desperately needed in today’s polarized cultural climate.