Someone finally saw the light.
It looks like the founder of Ave Maria, Florida has seen the light. Or at a minimum decided that religious tolerance was cheaper than litigation.
His ideas about barring pornography and birth control, he said, apply only to the Catholic university.
"There are a lot of misconceptions," Monaghan said Friday.
"I would say I just misspoke," Monaghan said Friday in an interview with The Associated Press. "The town will be open to anybody."
Monaghan had declined to comment earlier in the week, while his attorneys were reviewing legal issues surrounding his original ideas.
Which is a flip flop from what he said last year and proves my contention that tolerance is cheaper than litigation.