And if so… why?
A plurality believes the situation is getting worse nationally.
“Is that American?”
“They can protest, but they can’t stop them.”
Was there really a need for this?
“It’s astounding that college officials would arrest people for distributing the Constitution…”
“We told him he could continue to say it…”
“I have encountered violence and intolerance.”
Never go The Full Democrat.
“The Chinese Communist Party is extending its surveillance of critics abroad…”
“For each ‘challenging question,’ there were at least five personal attacks…”
“Officers have pulled her over but failed to find a reason for writing a ticket.”
Did “verified” actually mean “endorsed” all this time?
“Speakers…cleverly bully students into a prescribed role in a formulaic drama: intolerant liberal ‘snowflakes'”
“Distressingly, even academics who should know better are playing this game.”
“It’s a pretty simple concept, okay?”
“Why would any right-of-center student, faculty member or guest speaker want to endure what I had to go through?”
“one of the first examples this academic year of a university seriously considering disciplining students for disrupting a speaker”
“Part and parcel of the systematic effort by the tech left to censor and silence conservative voices.”
Good for her, not that anyone will listen
“my generation is a generation that’s never not had freedom of speech or democracy. So we don’t know what the f**k we’re losing.”
“The school has continuously taken the side of racist groups like the College Republicans by defending their harmful speech as ‘free speech’ and ‘free assembly’.”
“I believe the Mayor was purposefully lying and if he wasn’t lying, he was grotesquely incompetent.”
“Fascist regimes rose to power by attacking free speech…”
A storm of a different kind
“They are killing us! This is ethnic cleansing!”
“The entire situation was bizarrely theatrical.”
“Perhaps the most important thing we can do as a university is to teach students how to engage and listen to those with whom they differ.”
“This is about liberals use of the concept of free speech…”