Liberals Grudgingly Willing To Allow Pamela Geller To Exist

It’s a distressingly common fantasy that oppression and conquest are difficult, because the hunger for freedom is fierce and nearly universal, especially with modern communications technology, and particularly in America.

On the contrary, the latter half of the Twentieth Century offers many illustrations of how oppression is both easy and quite sustainable. The Internet can be used to strangle freedom as easily as it can serve as a rope for ringing the Liberty Bell.

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