On cultural freedom


If the far left "social justice warriors," who are just as xenophobic and bigoted as their far-right white supremacist and Klan counterparts, do not like Ted Nugent, Toby Keith, country music, the NRA or their politics, they should not attend country music concerts. The same should apply to those who complain about Walmart; if you don't like Walmart, shop elsewhere. 

But they have no right to dictate what is "politically correct" in music, culture and politics, or whom producers may book for their concerts. They seem to forget that the United States is not China, Cuba, Venezuela or North Korea, whose governments may dictate what is acceptable in culture, politics and entertainment. Americans' rights to free expression are still protected under the First Amendment of the Constitution.

Like Ted Nugent, Toby Keith and many others, I'm still proud to be an American.

Mike Woloshin

Tower Lakes

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