Campus speech roundup

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  • Re: Fourth Circuit and Title IX – If the government is mandating that access to specific social media sites be restricted for students, how is that not a 1st amendment issue?

  • If Title IX obligates universities to suppress speech how is Title IX then not in conflict with “Congress shall make no law . . .” Etc?

    • Indeed; if the Fourth was not so politically correct [Yes Mr. Chief Justice, there are Clinton and Obama Judges] they would have come to the requisite conclusion: “…and hence, Title IX is prima facie unconstitutional both as written and as applied and is hereby stricken.

  • What ever happened to “Sticks and stones”?

  • I recently applied to a U Calif branch for a faculty job. They required a diversity statement. The only way to give what they wanted was to agree with affirmative action, agree that women are discriminated against, and document that one is a far left activist. This is an overtly political loyalty oath.

    • “Are you now, or have you ever been, a member of the Knights of Columbus?”

    • Correct, it is a loyalty oath. And it violates the First Amendment. Since this a state institution, seems to me that civil rights crimes are being committed. Time to swear out a criminal complaint.

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