I’m glad to see someone like Dennis Prager say what needs to be said about the destructiveness of anonymous blog posting, a subject I addressed previously. Prager writes:

The Internet practice of giving everyone the ability to express himself anonymously for millions to read has debased public discourse. Cursing, ad hominem attacks and/or the utter absence of logic characterize a large percentage of many websites’ “comments” sections. And because people tend to do what society says it is OK to do, many people, especially younger people, are coming to view such primitive forms of self-expression as acceptable.

While I allow anonymous blog posts, I will not post destructive personal attacks. I hope more political websites will follow Dennis Prager’s advice.