The New York Times runs a profile piece on College Republicans at the liberal bastion known as the University of California-Berkeley.
Free speech doesn’t matter as much as protecting the ‘safety of the marginalized,’ claimed a student at the University of California-Berkeley in an op-ed.
The New York Times’ recent piece on the Ann Coulter-Cal-Berkeley free speech controversy portrayed conservatives as being audacious for fighting for the right of freedom of speech at liberal college campuses.
Ann Coulter, conservative commentator, withdrew from her speaking engagement at the University of California-Berkeley after threats of protests and change in date and venue kept emerging.
Richard Cravatts, PhD, said that the University of California-Berkeley “repeatedly abandoned its responsibility to protect free speech, deciding instead that it would cave to the totalitarian demands of whiny progressive campus activists”.
The Daily Pennsylvanian criticized other student newspapers for not standing up for the freedom of speech in light of riots and protests at Cal-Berkeley and Middlebury College.
Ann Coulter had her speech canceled by the University of California-Berkeley, then the university reversed that decision and said she could speak in May. Huh?!
David French reminds us of how the media and academia ignore the true threat to democracy and peace: mob mentality perpetrated by the Left.
Administrators at Cal-Berkeley made it difficult for the College Republicans chapter to schedule speaker David Horowitz, which they ended up canceling.
Even lifelong men and women on the Left are becoming concerned about the oppressive political climate on American college campuses. Jonathan Haidt, a psychologist and professor of ethical leadership at the New York University’s Stern…