Opening our hearts to contemplating the battlefield’s significance causes us to consider what we owe our people and our nation—generations dead, living, and unborn—and particularly to those whose remains now build up the very soil we stand on.
To engage in judicial activism is to embrace a spirit of anarchy, in which the means of determining law are dependent upon who happens to be in power at a given moment. As Lincoln said, “we shall sooner have the fowl by hatching the egg than by smashing it.”
What many globalist idealists cannot accept is that it is in man’s nature to love more strongly according to proximity. There are bonds that run deeply within the human heart and mind and are the center of community and cultures.