Monday, May 17, 2010

Free Speech for Me, but Not for Thee

Bruce Walker has an excellent article today at the American Thinker entitled The Left's Ware on Free Speech. A quote:

The left is utterly wedded to thought control. Like all sibling totalitarianisms, the left in America is addicted to power and repelled by truth. The creation of officially defined oppressors and officially defined victims determines who has rights and who does not. The totalitarian narcotic of "Social Justice," the drug of choice for Hitler, Stalin, Father Coughlin, and Sir Oswald Moseley, dulls the people into a twilight land in which "Freedom is Slavery" and free speech too.
Walker takes us on a little tour of the recent history of free speech, and shows that the Marxists are being less than honest about free speech rights for everyone. In fact, it is free speech for me, but not for thee.

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