Dennis Prager: A Win for Political Tolerance

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Townhall Review
August 21, 2017
On Wednesday night last week I had the privilege of serving as guest conductor of Santa Monica Symphony Orchestra at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.

It was particularly sweet because of the efforts by many who worked against me. Members of the orchestra and Santa Monica political leaders tried to persuade orchestra members to refuse to play and persuade people to refuse to attend the concert.

Two symphony members who are also UCLA professors put out a public letter labeling my positions, “horribly bigoted.” They were helped by the New York Times, NPR and the LA Times.

But—I’m pleased to say—on Wednesday night the 2,200-seat hall was sold out.

Despite all their efforts, the intolerant ones lost this time—and lost big.

So, how was intolerance defeated?

First, to be honest, they picked a fight with a fighter.

Second, I didn’t fight alone. It seemed like the entire conservative world united behind me.

And third, when people learned what was happening, conservatives helped fill the hall.

This time, this good guys won.

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