“I’m not going to be like ‘I’m sorry the words free speech triggered you so badly.'”
“Don’t do that. Think for yourself.”
“[T]here is a line between freedom of speech and then posing a risk to public safety.”
“Boston shortchanged itself…it gamed the First Amendment.”
“Liberalism is founded on the belief that we should tolerate one another’s error…”
“It’s not the right to speech and assembly that should be restricted; it’s the right to carry guns…”
“American liberals were forced to sidestep First Amendment absolutism to combat a political foe”
Don’t let this one go off the rails, please
NYT columnist: ACLU needs social-justice definition of free speech.
“We’re trying to get people to stop fighting and start listening.”
This is gonna be totally awesome
Will they stay or will they go?
“If the criterion for censorship is that nobody’s feelings can be hurt, we are finished as a free society.”
“antifascists have granted themselves the authority to decide which Americans may publicly assemble and which may not.”
“…they will be placed in a limited state.”
How “freedom-oriented.” Not.
“they conclude that physical violence is sometimes justified in order to stop such verbal violence.”
“I am known as a frequent critic of Christianity and have never been de-platformed for that.”
“Conservatives reported greater reluctance to discuss racial, political, and gender issues compared to liberals.”
“The blockade breached institutional values of freedom of expression and assembly.”
Or maybe you’re just enjoying the lawsuit
“Whose speech do I want protected, and at what social cost?”
It’s come to this
“The White House acts unlawfully when it excludes people from this forum simply because they’ve disagreed with the president.”
“when I came to Holland and here in America, often I think ‘But this is paradise.'”
“Did you ever ask yourself what would Jesus do in this particular situation?”
“UCPD would select a ‘securable’ venue on campus, and ‘strongly encouraged’ BCR and BridgeCal not to publicly disclose the location of the event”
“…liberal professors play far less of a role in these incidents than a group we might refer to as the ‘radical left.'”
Off the hook.
“Almost all controversial speech harms people, upsets or offends them…”
“You can ask a hundred people what hate speech is and you get a thousand different answers”
“No matter how radical, offensive, biased, prejudiced, fascist the program is?”
Some things require a sledgehammer, not a scalpel
Trying to be “hip” doesn’t always work.
“We have notified them of our decision to end our sponsorship…”
“The bats must be put away immediately…”
“The constitution doesn’t protect hate speech” (Um… have you read it?)
“…he invites other ideas into the classroom that you wouldn’t able to hear in any other class.”