Yep, Voltaire said this over 200years ago and it's truer today than ever: "To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticise".
In the West, we are increasingly free to criticise, even pillory, anyone who has a religion, anyone who is heterosexual, anyone who has children, anyone who wants to protect their children from harmful influences and so on. So who really rules over us?
by B.Z. Alixandre 3 years ago
My dog had puppies and we went to post them on CL and apparently you can't do it anymore, which really sucks cause now I have to figure out how to sell them. Does anyone even read the paper anymore?
by Elena 5 years ago
What rules would you have for anyone (of age) dating your daughter?
by lxd35 7 years ago
Has anyone read (or is anyone in the process of reading) the House of Night novels?If so, please comment! I need to discuss... let me know how many of the books you've read... no spoilers please!
by Doodlehead 5 years ago
Does anyone understand how Redgage works? I can't figure outhow to invite friends there. I wanted to invite them an then they can come over here to hubpages.
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