I wonder if Bill O’Reilly ever heard of John Rawls? From tonight’s version of Talking Points, it seems not. But if he had, it wouldn’t matter. At least the guy’s consistent. He knows himself and where he stands. He’s so opposed to the logic of social justice, he simply dismisses the notion of trying to imagine what it’s like to be in somebody else’s shoes. He accuses Van Jones of equating equal outcomes with social justice, when Mr. Jones was actually making a point about disparities in original position. It’s actually one of the most important points in modern moral philosophy. Either Mr. O’Reilly doesn’t know, or he doesn’t want his viewers to know. We report. You decide.