When professors go off campus to justify their policies, they don’t do that well. “A federal appeals court has ruled against three professors who sued to overturn the Texas law allowing guns on campus,” Lauren McGaughy reports in the Dallas News. “On Thursday, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals sided with Attorney General Ken Paxton and the University of Texas at Austin when it determined the professors had no standing to block the law, which allows licensed gun owners to carry concealed pistols on public college campuses.”
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Why Angela Davis Should Remember the Jonestown Massacre
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Before you find him on offer as a university speaker or course, you may want to read the meticulously documented story of Cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal by former Accuracy in Academia executive director Dan Flynn.