Colleges draw criticism for free speech limitations

Colleges draw criticism for free speech limitations

October 18, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


MICHAE COLLEGE CAMPUSES ARE SUPPOSED TO BE PLACES OF FREE EXPANSION. AROUND HERE, LAST YEAR, THE THOMAS JEFFERSON CENTER FOR THE PROTECTION OF FREE EXPRESSION ANNUALLY MARKS JEFFERSON’S BIRTHDAY WITH THEIR JEFFERSON MUZZLES, HIGHLIGHTING IT IS EGREGIOUS A RIDICULOUS OF FRANCIS THREE — TWO FREE SPEECH ON CAMPUS. NATIONAL HEADLINES FOR TRYING TO PREVENT COVERAGE OF A PROTEST IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NU CAMPUS LAST YEAR. HE HAS BEEN FIRED, BUT MIGHT SUE. SOON AFTER THAT EVENT, THEY SEND OUT NEWS RELEASES ABOUT A PUBLIC FORUM ON RACE RELATIONS. AS THEY TWEETED THAT DAY, ALL MEDIA NO LONGER ALLOWED. THEY LATER TWEETED THAT THEY CONCEDED IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN OPENED. THIS IS NOT AN ISOLATED CAP’S CASE. NEVER IN OUR 25 YEARS O AWARDING JEFFERSON MUZZLES HAVE WE EVER OBSERVED SUCH AN