“I firmly believe that limiting the range of voices in society erodes our democracy.”
“…we cannot condone physical disruptions of peaceful activities.”
“Patel’s mic wasn’t just cut off because he told offensive jokes to a sensitive, snowflake audience…”
“The most significant change would guarantee the accused the right to cross-examine their accusers…”
How to build a bubble.
“there is a chance that college revenue, which is tied to enrollment, might be insufficient…”
“I’ve never seen the intolerant, aggressive SJW stuff.”
“Just because what is being said is crazy to the point of absurdity does not mean that the strategic plan is absurd.”
“For each ‘challenging question,’ there were at least five personal attacks…”
“I harbor a fear of expressing views that will offend other progressives…”
“American liberals were forced to sidestep First Amendment absolutism to combat a political foe”
“…liberal professors play far less of a role in these incidents than a group we might refer to as the ‘radical left.'”
“Almost all controversial speech harms people, upsets or offends them…”
“No matter how radical, offensive, biased, prejudiced, fascist the program is?”
“there is…an anti-intellectualism on the left.”
“There are people who would be listening to this ICE representative and agreeing with them…”
“you can’t grow a mass party when the daily operation of your movement involves finding more and more heretics to ostracize”
“…the more economically exclusive the institution, the more likely the students have attempted to hinder free speech.”
“We regret that the discussion was poorly handled.”
“a rising generation may be turning against free speech…”
“Students who have endured trauma such as interpersonal violence…”
And don’t forget the ear hairs
Is this the beginning of the end of reform?
What did the media know, and when did they know it?