Guest Column

June 9, 2022

A few years ago, I traveled to Cuba. Here is a country with incredible oppression.  Our guide was in awe of the freedoms that she heard about in our country.  And yet, she said to us that she was glad that her country did not have to worry about school shootings. People in Israel tell me that they ...

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If someone doesn’t like the rules, and chooses not to follow them, and actively tells others not to follow them, is that liberty? Would we apply this standard to those who choose not to obey street signs, or signs that say, “no loitering,” or “yield?” In this American democracy, we elect and ...

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