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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Roger Hertog
"If you have nothing else, you have your principles," Lady Margaret Thatcher told me when things were pretty tough at the American Spectator in the late 1990s. Sharks were circling the ship, and there was blood in the water, and I was getting anxious. She was serene, having just flown back from Beijing, but she was adamant. "You have your principles." They endure and fortify you when things are dire.