There are many valuable lessons for UCLA professor Kara Cooney and her editors in this aftermath of this fiasco....
"Rutgers deplores hatred and bigotry in all forms. We have not, nor would we ever, apologize for standing against anti-Semitism," Rutgers University President Jonathan Holloway posted sometime Saturday in response to the backlash....
"In hindsight, it is clear to us that the message failed to communicate support for our Palestinian community members. We sincerely apologize for the hurt that this message has caused," Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy wrote a day after condemning the rise of anti-Semitism in America....
One of the fondest dreams of the radical (and not-so radical) left is to undermine the First Amendment and ultimately to control speech. Democrats have advocated the DOJ’s investigation and even prosecution of climate “skeptics,” condemned “hate” speech formally in the House, supported the criminalization and ban of “hate” speech, and as we see play out on college campuses across the nation, resorted to violence as a response to speech with which they disagree.
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