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Less is more

Security madness is destroying Washington, warping our democratic republic and making us into Man, the Beast who Cowers. Security–a compromise between freedom and danger–is too important to be left to bureaucrats or specialists, which is why I argue, here, that the best response to the tragic and idiotic act of hate at the Holocaust Museum on June 10 is to do nothing. At least, nothing architecturally. Unfortunately, the comments section after my piece has been taken over by the usual suspects.


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