A protestor’s sign put it, ‘Rule of law = white supremacy, violence against [people of color], violence against immigrants.’ These were law students protesting the rule of law.
Despite antiseptic portrayals throughout American media, Antifa are more than ‘anti-fascists.’ Antifa provide the violent complement to academic neo-Marxism.
A sex toy protest out on the cold, wet sidewalk punctuated the right-leaning students inside the warm lecture hall hearing their ideas and intuitions confirmed.
While addressing a group of students at Georgetown Law on Tuesday, Jeff Sessions said his department would protect the First Amendment rights of college students across the country.
It is time to show the oleaginous technocrats running the roost that the special snowflakes on campus are not the only ones capable of protesting inanities at Yale and elsewhere.
Since free expression at American universities has been stomped on so regularly, the real free expression warriors should be obvious. Instead, Newseum selected an odd collection.
Thanks to the attention to UC-Berkeley’s treatment of Ann Coulter, colleges should be aware that if they restrict the free speech rights of conservative students, they could face lawsuits.
In a statement to the Washington Post, University of California-Berkeley spokesman Dan Mogulof described the cancellation as an effort ‘to keep students and the speaker herself safe.’
Until administrators start standing up to protesters, it’s going to be up to students to defend free speech in the age of outrage.
If people choose to protest with as light a provocation as someone such as Mike Huckabee provides, then life will become miserably dominated by political ideology.
The only way to keep bad ideas dominant is to prevent people from introducing any alternatives.
A new mini-documentary examines censorship culture at Brown University and the anti-free speech movement at institutions of higher education.
How the flower people transformed our universities and colleges into the most rigid, closed-minded, repressive, unthinking sort of society.
The French Revolution and the Trump campaign are marked by an acute loss of restraint while demanding a redress of legitimate grievances.
The leisured class can afford to drop out of college or be placed on academic probation, but less privileged campus protesters mostly harm themselves.
The Federalist Radio Hour catches up on the issues that need to be debated between Republican presidential nominees.
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