On his program the other night Bill Moyers asked a guest, "Has America lost its moral compass?" I thought: 'Bill...for a compass to exist, to work, there must be a fixed point, a constant frame of reference, a North Pole, if you will. Instead we live in an Einsteinian world, of shifting positions and multiple vantage points. Post modern moral and intellectual relativity has refuted the possibility of that pole; nothing is fixed. The world spins on a random axis; nothing is certain'. So my direct answer to Bill Moyer's question is "Of course we've lost our moral compass...there no fixed reference point; ergo: there is no possibility of any compass anymore, moral or otherwise".