Would you rather be happy or know?
"...we elected to withhold publication of this week’s "Doonesbury"
from the daily newspaper.
Without an informed and free press,
there cannot be an enlightened people.
Justice Potter Stewart
We deemed the content
– graphic descriptions of proposed pre-abortion screening requirements
– as far too graphic for a family newspaper,
especially as the story line progresses later in the week.
If they can get you asking the wrong questions,
they don't have to worry about answers.
...we’ll soon publish them at News-Record.com.
Could a moment when most understand what few knew
be more important than the first discovery?
Each day’s new strip will appear in the morning."
If you choose not to know something,
especially if that something is something you should know,
you are morally blameworthy.
Director of the Center for Professional Ethics
Could a larger percentage of what you think you think,
be what some frequently suggest you think you think?
All that was needed
was an unending series of victories over your own memory.
Misconceptions play a large role in shaping history.