Earlier this month, the California Court of Appeal published an interesting DUI case that we may talk about next week.
This week, I want to talk about something else.
My wife and I welcomed a baby boy into the world on Saturday. He’s our first. He spent his first three days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, where he gave us a couple good scares. But he’s emerged with a clean bill of health, and we got to take him home last night.
What does this have to do with law and justice?
Only that, like most parents, I feel the weight of responsibility for his new life, and I’m more acutely aware than ever that my generation—or rather, our generations—are responsible for what becomes of this world.
We’re responsible for what becomes of us as a people and planet, and there’s no silver bullet. No magic potion. No easy fix. Anyone who tells you different is lying to you.
As man’s relationship to government evolves in this century, it’s up to us to be the adults in the room. It’s up to us to defend our common rights, freedoms, and dignity. It’s up to us to create and preserve a world in which our children can be safe, healthy, and happy.
With that, may God bless the United States of America, and may God bless my little boy every day of his life.