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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Wojciech Weryk
They were medieval warriors who spread Catholicism by the sword and seized Polish lands with great cruelty. But that's not stopping the Polish city of Kwidzyn from capitalizing on the aura surrounding the Teutonic Knights.
"This history belongs to this city," said Wojciech Weryk, who leads a drive to promote the city. "It is a very good product from the point of view of history and tourists. I don't think that any historic remains of the grand masters have been found anywhere else."
he argues that such feelings have no place in a European Union.