When we was glib

While poking around in the archives, I found this paragraph from December ’04 that technically doesn’t require an update, but perhaps deserves to be spread further:

The Mandatory Serenity Amendment — “The right of the peoples of the United States to be free from any ideas or materials or products, which they may find offensive, shall not be infringed” — has so far been ratified by 0 states.

We owe it to ourselves to keep it that way.





1 comment

  1. McGehee »

    6 October 2015 · 8:33 am

    What I find laughable is the activists’ notion that having teachers hand out literature lends the literature additional credibility.

    I knew better than that in the third grade.

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