In 2014, Marquette University suspended Professor John McAdams for criticizing a graduate assistant who said she would not tolerate dissent on the issue of gay marriage.
McAdams, who taught political science, noted that Marquette is a Catholic school and wrote about this incident on his blog.
Here is what I wrote shortly after the death of Herman Cain:
By now, many of you have heard about the heartbreaking loss of my former boss Herman Cain who died from complications associated with COVID-19. Some have predictably used it as an opportunity to score political points, unconcerned with the hurt so many people are facing right now.
It is with great sadness that I announce the death of Legal Insurrection reader Patricia McNaughton of Fremont, Wisconsin. Patricia passed away peacefully in the evening of April 29, 2019, surrounded by her sister and family.
Patricia was a great friend of the website, and became a great friend.
Last May, when my father was dying in a South Jersey nursing home, I wrote a piece titled Eulogy for a "Terrible" Father. It detailed his huge faults, but also how much he tried to be better towards the end of his life. I also talked about how he decided, when he was alive, to donate his body to science.
Herb Kelleher, the former Chairman, CEO, and co-founder of Southwest Airlines passed away last week. His grit, humor, and authenticity revolutionized air travel and created a corporate culture, one big family, really, to be envied.
Bre Payton was a 26-year-old rising star in conservative media.
I didn't know her personally, but did know her writing at The Federalist. For someone of such a tender age to get a staff writer position at The Federalist was quite an accomplishment.