Sunday, July 17, 2016

Speaking Fearlessly

Salena Zito writes political commentary for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, here she writes for RealClearPolitics about the 2016 presidential race.
Everyone is 1 degree away from melting like a snowflake over some imagined slight, and everyone is afraid to talk about it, for fear of sounding offensive or being labeled anything that ends in “ist.”

But many people see Trump as someone who doesn't censor himself; even when he says something incredibly foolish, his vice is forgiven because of his larger virtue of speaking fearlessly.
Right on, Salena.