(EQUALITY OF OUTCOME) Here is a false principle right out of the Karl Marx “materialism” playbook and readymade for “spreading the wealth around.
According to Wikipedia, equality (and fairness) may refer to social concepts. Among these are:
- Equality of outcome
- Gender Equality
- Racial equality (of outcome)
- Social equality
- Distributive Justice
Make no mistake, “sexual orientation equality” is at the core in “social equality.” You are right. None of these is based on Biblical, Constitutional or Declaration of Independence principles. Indeed, they are advanced with the objective of replacing all of that. They can be summarized fairly and completely with the Obama slogan, “Fundamentally Transform America.” These are advanced by people whose purpose is to take (steal) your money and choke your Liberty. If you object, you are called a racist. But they are not just committed to taking your money and choking your Liberty. Fairness is at the very core of all the materialistic threads of Marxism. The Progressives are determined to replace our free enterprise system with a command system based on the false values expressed in those bullets at Wikipedia (above). We have more than a century where Marxism has been tried and failed every time it was tried. The truth is, “fairness” is fundamentally immoral.
I often use the phrase “We the People” followed by the tag line, “We don’t believe in shared sacrifice, we believe in shared opportunity.” This is the true moral basis for our free enterprise system. We are free to create, free to work, and free to take risk.
Taking action against multiculturalism is as easy as spreading the truth about our American culture with any American coin in your purse or pocket. But, what about fairness and equity? How can you individually make the case—the moral case—for free enterprise? Our friend, Arthur Brooks, President of the American Enterprise Institute, has just what you need. Watch this AEI video which lays out the moral basis for free enterprise and gives you a chance to create your own case and enter it into a current AEI competition. Watch, “Don’t Eat Your Dog: The Surprising Moral Case For Free Enterprise.” Be inspired—
—then go to work.