Two Opinions Concerning Censorship

From the desk of The Grand Inquisitor:

“It is quite unlawful to demand, defend, or to grant unconditional freedom of thought, or speech, of writing or worship, as if these were so many rights given by nature to man.” Pope Leo XIII, born 2 March 1810.

I wonder what Rick Santorum would say about this reprehensible decree. Or Thomas Paine. Or Thomas Jefferson.

Below – the current Pontiff, Benedict XVI, wearing a stole that once belonged to Pope Leo XIII.

In reply to The Grand Inquisitors of the world:

“I dislike censorship. Like an appendix it is useless when inert and dangerous when active.” – Maurice Edelman, British politician, born 2 March 1911.

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