‘This is freedom’

Tom Rogan writing about why conspiracy theories are usually good:

And yet… Tsarnaev is innocent until proven guilty. In this sense, his supporters are little more than amateur defense attorneys — odd and pathetic, perhaps, but harmless. And they’re actually helping uphold the American tradition of a presumption of innocence. This is freedom.

The more we question things, Rogan argues, the more accepting we are of reality. It’s an interesting viewpoint and hard to disagree with.

I’ll see if I can get my buddy to join my crazy meet up — he knows more conspiracy theories than anyone I have ever met and it’s entertaining as hell.

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by Ben Brooks
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Tom Rogan writing about why conspiracy theories are usually good: And yet… Tsarnaev is innocent until proven guilty. In this sense, his supporters are little more than amateur defense attorneys — odd and pathetic, perhaps, but harmless. And they’re actually helping uphold the American tradition of a presumption of innocence. This is freedom. The more […]