“[Y]ou know, the best way to marginalize that kind of speech is to ignore it.”
“For better or for worse, we have a black Muslim in the White House. Now that’s some amazing sh*t.”
It’s come to this.
“He set out to create a response and he got it, in spades.”
Plus, Iran hikes bounty on Salman Rushdie by $500,000.
“It makes one wonder … was it worth supporting the demonstrations in Tahrir Square?”
In more ways than one.
The 1979 virus.
Under the bus.
Tell us how you really feel.
Now I get it.
You said “yes”? Guess again.
“We’re not out of the woods yet.”
“I think there is a limit to what our free speech consists of.”
You knew this was coming, admit it.
Another heart-wrenching result of radicalism.
Remains of the day
The best remedy for bad speech is more speech.
Courage and forbearance.
He’s right, too.
“Some of our colleagues were just hunted down.”
“Treat these rallies this week as you would the opening of a thoughtful movie with two female leads: don’t show up.”
“He’s going nuclear.”
“…installing a dictatorship in Venezuela.”