Perhaps it stands to reason that if campus conservatives have no freedom of speech, they are not free to complain about it either, at least on campus before they actually go to court with a first amendment case. “A State University of New York at Oswego administrator has reprimanded a conservative student for delivering an ‘uncomfortable’ speech during an ‘Open Mic’ event last month,” Jacob Floam reported on the Campus Reform blog. “According to an email obtained by Campus Reform, the school’s Alcohol and Other Drug Program Coordinator, Trisha DeWolf, contacted student Nicole Miller on May 2, stressing that some Open Mic attendees were disturbed by her presentation criticizing liberal intolerance on campus.”
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