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Displaying a Robert E. Lee biography in a congressional office may not be politically correct…

Displaying a Robert E. Lee biography in a congressional office may not be politically correct…

(Michael Gaynor) – Instead of looking for excuses to feel (or pretend to feel to be) insulted or disrespected and then seek publicity and demand apologies, let’s be “civilized” and suppress the impulse to destroy glass bookcases or burn books, respect private property and appreciate the wisdom of these words: “the strongest weapon against hateful speech is not repression, it is more speech.” …
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