I've just posted a short essay on my main blog.
It's about race, religion, and politics, so it's called "Freedom, Expression, and Danger."
It starts out this way:
In a free country, certain choices are available to all people -- theoretically, at least. In practice, various pressures do limit the choices of many individuals. But the essence of a free country lies in the fact that certain options are legally open to everyone.
and of course it gets worse as it goes along.
You can read the rest here.
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