Here’s a note I just sent Mike Huemer:

Your latest essay is so wonderful that it gives me an idea:  You should
write a book on applied ethics, with the immigration essay and the gun
control essay
as models.  Instead of the usual litany of silly trolley
, how about a book that tackles and answers a dozen major
moral issues?

If Huemer writes this book, what moral issues should he cover?  Good topics should be easy to answer with Huemer’s trademark common sense and common decency, but controversial with the general public.  Your suggestions?