The Silence is Deafening

April 19, 2006

Our favorite librarian loves to raise the specters of the suppression of the free speech of librarians and their patrons by the Dept. of Homeland Security, and of librarians being hunted down and rounded up by John Ashcroft, and further to portray herself as being subversive and brave merely by being a librarian.

So, let’s count the tally, shall we? Librarians (subversive or otherwise) hunted down, rounded up, charged, sued, or removed from employ, by Mr. Ashcroft? The big goose egg. Librarians charged with “sexual harassment” by a university for (truly) subversively recommending conservative books not approved of by their uniformly “liberal” dept. faculty and staff? One (so far).

Dorothea’s silence on this is as deafening as it is both hypocritical and predictable.

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People Unclear on the Concept

April 10, 2006

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Um, er, well, actually….

(Last time I checked, doing something illegal does in fact make one a criminal.)

— Carl