Thursday, July 27, 2006

Inquirer Gets It Right

Philadelphia Inquirer acknowledges the obvious.

What's gained? A good neighbor. (Recall that the Cradle of Liberty tried to buck national scouting's antigay stance.) What's lost? A costly, legal dispute that would be fodder for the culture wars.

Replacing the Boy Scouts' headquarters with condos wouldn't make Philadelphia a better place for its children.


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