Reader comment on: The Erosion of Free Speech

Submitted by judithg, May 3, 2015 20:43

The grotesquerie of a medieval inquisition. Its supporters seem to outnumber those of us who cling to modernity which has given us everything in order to walk upright. Maybe it is the climate, after all. Something we're breathing in is not fresh air.

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