Freedom of expression
Oddly Enough News Article | Reuters.com A former Nazi officer living on a Wisconsin farm has built a memorial to Adolf Hitler in his bunker-like tractor storage shed, much to the chagrin of local officials.
A court order was being sought to stop Ted Junker, 87, from opening to visitors a 30- by 50-foot (9- by 15-meter) concrete building that he has spent $200,000 outfitting with photos of Hitler, a swastika-emblazoned flag and other items.
Whether or not you agree with this guy's point of view, he should have the right to express himself. Putting up a display inside a building on his farm - seems pretty harmless. Or about as harmless as free speech ever needs to be.