So I was on Facebook this morning, and I read the following headline:
Among other cities, the article mentioned Salt Lake City, home to the headquarters of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Can’t have that in a city so famously religious now, can we?
Turns out we don’t have that, or if we do, it’s not because the city is heartless towards the poor. No, can’t be that because, as one poster noted, Salt Lake City is a model for San Francisco on homeless solutions.
The lesson? Well, at least one of the lessons is that there is almost always another side to a story.
Cross posted at GregoryTaggart.com