That's one thing economics and physics have in common.
No better when it's couched in a more socially palatable narrative.
"In spite of our shortcomings, our pride, our inconstancy, God loves us and has promised that 'as often as my people repent will I forgive them their trespasses against me.'"
Phasing out subsidies for energy: good. Phasing out politically unpopular sources of energy: bad.
Ancient prophets on the American continent testified of the Savior centuries before His birth.
Overturning the status quo requires meeting a greater burden of proof than does simply maintaining it.
An external locus of control predicts depression.
Sex has a non-zero impact on the educational outcomes (and, by extension, career choices) of boys and girls.
In which Amtrak gets away with securities fraud.
The calculus then becomes how many deaths we are willing to tolerate before the cost in lives exceeds the benefit we receive from automobiles.