WASHINGTON: The election of Donald Trump as the nation’s 45th president proved the power of social media. No, not in the way Russians formed silly and ineffective Facebook groups in opposition to Hillary Clinton. Rather, it was what the Columbia Journalism Review (CJR) discovered. In a study conducted shortly after Trump’s victory. CJR found it was average ...
There's a paradox to liberty: We can do what we want, but when we do, we can destroy liberty. Democracy is for grownups, and there aren't many grownups left.
Intolerance for the opinions of others at the university breeds intolerant graduates
The University of California system stipulated that "hostile" and "derogatory" thoughts include, "I believe the most qualified person should get the job" and "America is the land of opportunity."
Cody Wilson says his groups exists “to distribute to the public without charge information and knowledge related to the digital manufacture of arms.”
To expose religious sensibilities and sanctities to public ridicule is to deny our public spaces and life to those religions and their adherents.
All dissent, criticism and resistance must be stamped out in the name of Islam.
Colleges are no longer places of free thinking, tolerance and personal growth. What those 60's radicals fought for has been destroyed
Right now it is about personal information and personal rights. Only all slopes are slippery, and this slope has a real tilt to it.
Student radicals from the 60s and 70s run our universities, and they know how powerful speech can be. Is that why they want to control or ban it.