“Cutting n-word from Twain is not censorship”…

Posted on January 7, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized |

“The notion that any form of filtering, in any context, for any age group, is unethical is not only exceedingly idealistic, it is disconnected from reality. No matter how cherished a film or song might be, work presented to students in public school is going to be screened to determine whether it matches the age group for which the material is being presented.”

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