“Equivalence” is a destructive insistence, usually by the side tht cannot otherwise justify its…
Steven Mushynsky

I know this invokes Godwin’s Law, but a comedy movie a few years ago described how on one half of your TV News screen there’s a Holocaust survivor and on the other is a Nazi. The two are presented as simply representing two sides of a story, and given equal time. When the survivor gets outraged by the mere presence of the Nazi, the moderator just responds “no, let’s hear him out.”


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