By Joel J. Miller, May 26, 2015, Washington Post
After doing wrong, we usually want everything to be all right. If we can patch things up with minimal cost and personal discomfort, so much the better.
Josh Duggar’s got a steep hill to climb, and I have no intention of piling on, but something about his public statement galls me. Here’s the full thing with some additional emphases: . . .
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Protect the vulnerable. Heal the wounded. Prevent the abuse.
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