by Alan M. Dershowitz.
This alleged "right" to be free from being offended, is, of course, in direct conflict with the most basic of rights in any democracy: the right to express views deemed offensive by some, and the corollary right to hear or see such views.
Citizen A should not be able to prevent Citizen B from seeing or reading something that would offend Citizen A if he were required to read or see it.
We should begin at home by delegitimizing the efforts of our own citizens to censor material that they find offensive.
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