by Neil Karpenko
In the democratic country, which our veterans fought for, nobody has the right to decide for others how to express feelings, what and on what occasion to wear.
SOURCE: The Times
by Niall Ferguson
A new red army is out to silence debate. We must rise up and resist it.
SOURCE: The Guardian
by Dawn Foster
Powerful people used to express their views on others unopposed. Now their targets fight back, they find it intolerable.
by Don James McLaughlin
While it’s impossible to say what Wheaton's founder would have thought of the school's latest controversy, as an abolitionist he stood up for intellectual freedom.
SOURCE: Inside Higher Ed
by Jonathan Zimmerman
We need to educate our students against bigotry without turning our backs on the Constitution.
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