Kady M.

Feb 12, 2019

1 min read

I believe you haven’t cited any rules.

One more time. Each public university sets its own rules by which approved student organizations can invite speakers. Once they set those rules, and if a given organization is abiding by those rules, they cannot suddenly change them for that one organization. If they do, and the reason for the change is discriminatory or falls afoul of the law, they can expect to be sued.

You are actually advocating for more government control of more spaces and more speech.

Just the opposite.

And I want to understand why you are doing this.

Well, I;m not doing what you think I’m doing, apparently. :-) b

You gave the example of Coulter at Berkeley.

But what you said about what happened there is not accurate.

The allegations in the articles are consistent with my understanding. There was a standard set of university rules by which organizations bring in speakers. The Young Republicans wanted to bring in Coulter; they suddenly found the university changing the rules on them. They sued and from their perspective, they won.

All is good.

Free markets, free minds. Question all narratives. If you think one political party is right and the other party is evil, the problem with our politics is you.

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