On the myth that morality can’t be legislated. This is all I will say about the decisions today:

“Aristotle said, ‘Law rests upon the necessary foundation of morality.’ Therefore, if your law does not reflect a moral rationale, then your law is an illicit law. Some people say you cannot legislate morality. If Aristotle is right, then morality is the only thing you can legislate. If power is simply used to secure the benefits of a select few rather than the common good, this is an illicit use of law.”


Moral Relativism: Feet Firmly Planted in Midair from Veritas [3] on Vimeo.