In defense of censorship

posted by
February 15, 2012
Future of Freedom Foundation
by Laurence M. Vance  
Posted in Commentary

"Now, whether Apple, Google, and the other 'new media' platforms singled out by the report have practiced, are practicing, or might practice anti-Christian censorship is irrelevant to the real issue. True, if any of those take place, it is understandable that Christians would object. Just as it is understandable that a Buddhist would not be happy with anti-Buddhist censorship, a Republican would object to anti-Republican censorship, and a Black would not be pleased with anti-Black censorship." (02/15/12)

http://www.fff.org/comment/com1202i.asp  

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