The Return Of No Due Process Week In Higher Education
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Saturday, July 17, 2021 at 08:00am 5 Comments
It looks like the Biden administration wants to go back to kangaroo courts and ruined lives.
I would say that cancel culture is coming back but it never left.
- Statue of Poet Walt Whitman to be Relocated on Rutgers University Camden Campus
- University of Virginia Removes Revolutionary War Officer’s Statue from Campus
- George Washington U. Building Named for Francis Scott Key Faces Possible Name Change
Higher education is ignoring public backlash over Critical Race Theory.
- Awakening To The Loss of Institutions: Critical Race Theory Fight Is About Preventing Society From Turning Against Itself
- I’m A Middle School Teacher And See How Critical Race Curriculum Is Creating Racial Hostility In School
- Teacher Union in Rhode Island Says it Will Fight Any Attempt to Stop the Teaching of Critical Race Theory
Academia has never been more obsessed with race.
- VIDEO: Penn State Prof Singles Out White Student to Demonstrate White Privilege
- NYC Principal Allegedly Conspired to Fire White Teachers
- Boston University Holding Virtual Event Called ’21 Days of Unlearning Racism and Learning Antiracism’
Why are we still fighting over chicken sandwiches?
- University of Notre Dame Students and Faculty Petition to Keep Chick-fil-A Off Campus
- Sen. Graham: ‘I Will Go to War for’ Chick-fil-A
This is crimnal.
Democrats assured me no one is calling for this.
Far out, man.
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Under the liberal regime, all you need is a claim no chance to prove innocents, and only a star chamber to hand down a sentence is needed.
Under liberal thinking, due process is a find a straw dog accuse convict in a star chamber. end of story.
What on earth will our country look like in a year’s time? It’s hard to find one concept that is at all positive for the Patriots of America.
Burr: “Would you support keeping a presumption of innocence requirement in the current Title IX rule, if the Title IX rule is changed?”
Lhamon: “I’m trying to not to over-lawyer. But there isn’t a presumption of innocence in the existing Title IX regulation.”
So there you have it: nothing wrong with starting from a presumption of guilt. Nothing wrong with denial of due process. Nothing wrong with “verdict first, trial later.”
‘Cuz with our invincible way of knowing we just know they wouldn’t have been accused if they hadn’t been guilty.
Soon to follow Guidance from DoJ: defendants claiming “not guilty” to be taken as non-rebuttable evidence of guilt.
I’m curious. I’m supposed to play by somebody’s rules, why?