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Victory Over an Angry Mob Week in Higher Education

Victory Over an Angry Mob Week in Higher Education

Your weekly report on campus news.

The Gibson Bakery vs. Oberlin College case just got more interesting.

The story generated tons of interest.

There were plenty of other crazy campus stories this week.

I’m sensing a trend.

Good news for free speech.

You don’t say.

How odd…


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    RITaxpayer in reply to gkissel. | June 16, 2019 at 5:06 am

    “Alison Schary, First Amendment lawyer at Davis Wright Tremaine, called the verdict “deeply troubling.”
    “Holding universities financially liable for student speech will inevitably lead them to police and censor that speech, creating a chilling effect that is antithetical to the First Amendment,” Schary told Salon.”

    Someone hasn’t been paying attention.

I see that Salon doesn’t care about getting anything right either–and they’ve drunk the Kool aid that this was all about freedom of speech rather than a mob being led by Dean Raimondo to protect some shoplifters.

“Once you lose your integrity, the rest is simple.” JR Ewing.