Museum Censorship: Attacking the Second Amendment Means Attacking the First

Museum censorship takes place when a museum must get rid of displays to satisfy political correctness. A museum uses historical artifacts to communicate about the past. It educates viewers using real objects. The Lynden Pioneer Museum, in the northwest part of Washington State, has now been censored by a new voter-approved law. As the Bellingham Herald reported: The Lynden Pioneer Museum will remove World War II-era guns from a current exhibit and return them to their owners, to avoid Read more […]