Can a modern liberal have a moral compass? The answer is both "yes" and "no." It depends on what you think a moral compass is.
Now we now live in a better world, where people have been freed from the cultural burden of having big families — or families of any kind.
There are now sixtyish new pronoun sets, just as we are told there are sixtyish new genders.
"I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." The echo of this sentiment is now only a whisper.
Maybe, in a decent world, Mexicans would clean up their own miserable country, and white people would clean up their own precious oversized lawns.
The current fad of ignoring brute realities in the name of fairness and “social justice” is nearing the end of its road.
We and the Left are now two nations within one country. This is undeniable.
A trip down Memory Lane to the ghetto reveals some hard, politically incorrect truths.
Violent people without much impulse control just don't end up in middle-class suburbs unless the government, in its official zeal for "fairness," plants them there. Even today's progressives know this, whether they admit it or not.
Socialism has always been, at heart, a literary façade for the same old centralization of power -- a petty tyranny at the hands of self-appointed and self-righteous planners and intellectuals.