The Washington Post ran a racially charged cartoon mocking Ted Cruz’s children as chained, dancing monkeys. It’s unclear if they understand why it was a problem.
After the terrorism that left twelve dead in its offices, French magazine Charlie Hebdo will no longer publish pictures of Muhammed.
French magazine Charlie Hebdo won’t draw Muhammed any more after terrorists murdered eleven of its staff for doing so. So in this case, terrorism wins.
Cartoons of Muhammed? Unpublishable. Portrait of Pope Benedict made of condoms? Definitely publishable. At least, The New York Times thinks so.
Cartoonist Gary Trudeau wags his finger at the very people who provided him with his bubble.
Ezra Klein couldn’t have gotten the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack more wrong. For starters, the attack was definitely against free speech.
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