Among her recommendations:
Reason with Moral Principles, Not Just PracticalityI think that's right. Counter-arguments about practicality often have the air of conceding your opponent's moral point of view. Your opponent ends up looking like the "do the right thing" idealist, and you end up looking like the "let's be practical" realist. When this happens, you have been positioned into a dangerous slot.
Speaking only of what is and isn't practical,
makes you sound unstrategic... merely tactical.