The Opinion That Dare Not Speak Its Name

This piece in Dalrymple’s Salisbury Review blog, on the forced resignation of Mozilla’s CEO, offers a concise take on the left’s position on gay marriage and, I think, much else:

Henry Ford once said that you could have any colour car you liked so long as it was black. Among social liberals in America, you can have any opinion you like so long as it is theirs.

Freedom is slavery, diversity is uniformity and tolerance is conformity.

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