Why We Whisper: Restoring Our Right to Say It's Wrong
Why We Whisper is about free speech in America, but not "freedom of speech" as it is often defined today. The visionaries who designed the Constitution and Bill of Rights intended the First Amendment not to protect destructive behavior and obscenity but rather to empower Americans to engage in public political debate with their ideas and values, including those traditional ideas and values that have made America great. DeMint and Woodard encourage principled Americans to fight back and regain this fundamental freedom.
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Well Jakester, if it's a "throwaway", and you admit to not reading it, then why all the hatred? Why all the cynicism? Why all the empty juvenile vitriol? And why waste your time commenting on it?
Please, do everyone with some intelligence a favor and objectively critique a book, rather then throwing out useless blather that does nothing but attack the air with pointless comments.
And honestly, what are you genuinely so up in arms about if it is a throwaway book? Obviously something pushed your hot button if it got you to the point of commenting on this book. Let's face it, you hate God, and you hate any semblance of morality or rules in your life. You want no one controlling your ability to damage yourself into oblivion, and far be it for anyone with some semblance of rational thought to actually have a solution to the problems that are out there, versus just screaming at the top of your lungs that we are all stupid neanderthals who cling to insignificant fairy tales.
Please educate yourself and allow yourself to think for yourself before posting juvenile rantings of a left wing lunatic.
Review: Why We Whisper: Restoring Our Right to Say It's WrongUser Review - Bernie - Goodreads
A good review of how political correctness and the threat of lawsuits keeps institutions and the general public from speaking out for common sense and logic. Of particular interest is the practice of ... Read full review
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