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Continued: Should Minnesota raise minimum wage? No.

  • Article by: CRAIG WESTOVER
  • Last update: February 23, 2013 - 6:21 PM

(And progressives claim that conservatives reject objective science!)

Values are subjective and variable — mine differ from yours; mine today differ from mine 25 years ago. Principles are objective and constant — A + B = C today, just as it did yesterday, and just as it will tomorrow. If we do A and B, C will happen; whether we value C or whether C is desirable is irrelevant.

Yes, it is that simple — as simple and elegant as a LeBron James slam dunk.


Craig Westover is a writer and Republican activist.

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