This might really get some conversation going.
The "topic title" is, as some of you know, a lyric from the Buffalo Springfield song "For What It's Worth". It's one of those "social commentary" songs from the 1960's, I think.
Anyway, is that lyric a good statement? Is it valid? Is it correct today?
Consider, if you will, most "hot button" controversial topics. All "sides" think they're right, and everyone else is wrong. All "sides" also like to think they have a moral or ethical "high ground".
So, who's right, and who actually has the high ground?
To be fair, there are things that almost all "sides" agree are axiomatically wrong, and are axiomatically right.
So, what do you think?