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The Price of Freedom

“If the price for free speech is the complete sacrifice of a person’s privacy, then, it becomes merely a victory that is feared”.  Anthony Lewis, former NY Times Reporter.

And so, those “freedoms” you took to be YOURS, are really NOT yours, after all, in order to report freely about some issues, you’d have to rack some MUCK, meaning that you would need to DIG, into people’s business, and, some of those “businesses” are too private, therefore, those individuals’ privacies end up, getting sacrificed.  But that, is the downside of having these “freedoms”, those freedoms, that makes this a F-R-E-E country, and, ALL the “freedoms” of the United States Bill of Rights are still ALL C-O-N-D-I-T-I-O-N-A-L, and, it’s like I said: the ONLY place a person can go, to be FREE (from fear of prosecution, etc., etc., etc.) is in one’s OWN mind, unless, of course, you are a paranoid schizophrenic, then, it’s a WHOLE other story………








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