We must thred carefully and avoid kneejerk reactions. Freedom...

Ti Bonito - April 11 2014, 9:07 AM

We must thred carefully and avoid kneejerk reactions.

Freedom of speech is too important a matter to be treated lightly.

While it may spill over on more occasions than we would have desired, it is however one of the most important tools in a democratic society to inform and to help shed light when men and women pracice to deceive.

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