Friday, March 11, 2005

Dave Kopel posts a sum up of this George Weigel essay on the similarities between the Pope's Second address to the UN on human rights in 1995 and Bush's second inaugural speech. Kopel concludes his post, noting:
Thus, Wiegel suggests that although the Bush administration and the Vatican differed on the prudence of the Iraq War, and may well disagree again, there is basis for cooperation on many issues, "because the world’s leading political power and the world’s leading moral authority are both committed to the defense and advance of freedom in the world, over against those so-called 'realists' who insist that 'stability' is the goal in world politics."
Will anyone at the Madrid Anti-Terror Conference read it?


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