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Harold RustNovember 2, 2020
I have learned over the years that most important public policy issues raised by our children, grand children and friends are best answered by addressing what that policy will do to impact freedom of speech and liberty to act. It is as though the more free we feel, the greater the potential there is that we could be deceived into giving away some of that freedom. We must be very alert to any erosion of that freedom. Thanks for your additional alerts.
Valiant JonesNovember 2, 2020
Excellent post, Jeff. Our judicial system assumes innocence until proven guilty, erring on the side of preferring to let the guilty go free rather than wrongly imprison an innocent person. We need a similar approach on information.
Mary TarbetNovember 2, 2020
Very well written. Persuasion using common sense. Einstein would agree with all you’ve written.
Jessica WhitakerNovember 1, 2020
Inspirational and insightful, thank you!
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