Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Castro's Library Pass (Part I)

If you are a regular reader of the conservative library blogs (and why wouldn't you be?), you have seen many words dedicated to exploring the hypocrisy and duplicity of the ALA's near-manic regard for "free speech," coupled with an old-fashioned fellow-travelers defense of the Cuban dictatorship. A systematic exploration of this spineless servitude to Castro is welcome.

Writing in FrontPage, Walter Skold begins a four-part autopsy on the ALA's integrity.

My humble suggestion? Let us keep all four parts close at hand, until next years Banned Books Week, whereupon we should print out the full analysis and put it on our Banned Books table, along with the updated list of books that the Castro regime has consigned to the fire.

Many thanks to Tomeboy's Takes for alerting us to this article.


At 2:43 PM, Blogger Akaky said...

A great article; it's about time someone pointed out that the ALA were hypocrites with a capital H


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