Yesterday I asked if we are protecting our freedom to ask ANY question, no exceptions.  I think you told yourself that of course, you maintain your freedom to ask any question.


Today I want to ask if we’re free to accept an answer which is radically different from the public consensus on politics, health, etc.  Or do we know, in our heart of hearts, that we never have and never will take a position, never accept an answer, which is really far off from the majority answer to any question which we feel quite free to ask?


Stay human,
John K. Stoner