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Panic Strikes

Browsing through The American Spectator (Sept.-Oct.), we come across an ad for a book called The Ten Things You Can’t Say in America, from a major publisher.

Being in publishing, we know we need to find out what this is all about, lest we run afoul of the law. Especially now, because the President just recently signed a law curtailing civil liberties.

One of the things you can’t say, according to the ad, is that “Women already get equal pay for equal work.”

Panic strikes. We may have said that! Yikes!

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