The Cost of Liberty Is Less Than the Price of Repression
The Cost of liberty is less than the price of repression. W.E. Dubois, American Social
Reformer and Political Activist (1868-1963)
The day the war officially started on Iraq, thousands of people gathered at the Texas Capitol to protest the U.S. involvement in the war. That morning, as a government employee working at the Courthouse, I was notified via email of the impending protest. The email urged supervisors to let "non-essential personnel" leave early so that they could avoid the turmoil that the protest was sure to cause on traffic. …
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