Critic’s Notebook: ‘Duck Dynasty’ controversy comes down to freedom – Los Angeles Times

Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
Los Angeles Times
As you have probably heard, unless you are leading a life away from the Internet, television and people, Phil Robertson — the 67-year-old “patriarch” in A&E’s popular redneck-reality swamp comedy “Duck Dynasty” — gave an interview to GQ, the fancy men’s
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