The Culture War has submerged America in untold aberrations:
We see a Supreme Court that imposes same-sex “marriage” on all 50 states while cynically acknowledging the centrality of marriage to society, the nation, and throughout history.
We see a president that presides over the demise of America’s political, economic, and military leadership around the world while promising that “America will remain the anchor of strong alliances in every corner of the globe.” We see him invoke God’s blessings on the nation while simultaneously shutting down all practical expression of faith in God in the American workplace and public life and severely penalizing those who do not comply.
We see numerous Catholic campuses that honor notoriously pro-abortion politicians, foster internships at Planned Parenthood, promote the homosexual agenda, and surrender to the transgender ideology, all the while claiming to be truly Catholic and faithful to God’s law, the vision of their founders, and the perennial moral teachings of the Holy Roman Catholic Church.
And it pains us to say it, but we see a pope who rails against the West’s free market economy, private property, and free enterprise; who speaks up loudly and often for “economic justice,” and the “right” of people to migrate to the U.S., while having nothing but praise for a dictator like Raul Castro who helped his brother Fidel enslave the Cuban people.
These are all expressions of what Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger (later Pope Benedict XVI) called “the dictatorship of relativism,” the abandonment of the principle of non-contradiction, which stipulates that, “a thing cannot be and not be at the same time.”
By embracing a false Conservatism, we become the caboose on the Liberal Train to moral anarchy
By embracing a false Conservatism, we become the caboose on the Liberal Train to moral anarchy.
Will Conservatives Also Abandon the Principle of Non-Contradiction?
To consider LGBT activists as “conservatives” is no less illogical. It is an oxymoron, sheer moral relativism, because a true conservative cannot be both liberal and conservative at the same time. One excludes the other.
For decades now, conservatives have rightly denounced the judicial activism of so many of our court decisions. Like the late Justice Antonin Scalia, we have opposed a “living Constitution” theory that changes the supreme law of the land according to the whims of liberal magistrates. But are we conservatives any better than these liberal judges when we throw away principle and embrace a “living” and evolving conservatism? When we embrace a false and morphing conservatism, we turn the movement into nothing but the caboose on the liberal train headed to the station of complete moral anarchy.