Resist the temptation to censor yourself and speak up for your views. No one said the fight against intolerance would be easy.
Rabbi Josh YuterI'm glad to see @DavidAFrench's piece creating some intelligent discussion. As I see it there are two main approaches:
1. Stick by your principles no matter the costs
2. Play by the same censorious rules the other side uses
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Rabbi Josh Yuter2. The "bad" use of "both sides" is defensive and is intended to deflect criticism. Think of the Tu Quoque fallacy, or the mote/beam in the eye analogy. The intent here isn't to address a wrong, but to remove responsibility.
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