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The Freedom to Speak and the Freedom to Believe

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Today is going to be another one of those days in which it's very appropriate that the intro music to my show is Call it Freedom by Robin and the Giants.  Today's show, today's topic, today's stories, which are only two, are at their heart, all about freedom.  On today's show I'll talk a little bit about the Harvard University student who is pretty much fully indoctrinated and brainwashed who believes that the only speech, the only views that should be allowed on campus and I'd assume in society are views and speech that agree with the progressive left-social justice and now apparently academic justice.  I'll also share a very good article that I believe is hard to argue with written by Matt Barber at World Net Daily that illustrates the left's laughable misrepresentation of Arizona SB 1062 and the misrepresentation of this whole "serving gays" argument as a whole.  Ultimately, if we're to believe in this country, if we're to believe in this Constitution, if we're to believe in and respect each other, we have to allow for freedom and room for disagreement without saying, "Your voice must not be heard" or, "Oh, you offended me, you discriminated against me, so now I'm going to destroy you."  That's not what freedom is about, but freedom is what this show is about today at 4:30 Eastern time and archived later.