Daily Dose

“It is so difficult to draw a clear line of separation between the abuse and the wholesome use of the press, that as yet we have found it better to trust the public judgment, rather than the magistrate, with the discrimination between truth and falsehood. And hitherto the public judgment has performed that office with wonderful correctness.” – Thomas Jefferson

Proverbs 1:5 – A wise man will hear, and will increase learning; and a man of understanding shall atain unto wise counsels.

On this day in history:

In 1774, fifty-one ladies of Edenton, North Carolina gathered and signed a proclamation boycotting the British tax on tea.

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