by Don Boudreaux on May 26, 2010
in Civil Society, Current Affairs, Nanny State, Regulation
The Boston Globe‘s Jeff Jacoby writes wisely about the right to be bigoted – even odiously so – in a free society.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch‘s Bart Hinkle makes me say “Wow! That’s right! I wish that I’d thought of that!“
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