Monday, November 09, 2009

It Seems the First Amendment Isn't Popular with College Administrations

Aren't colleges all about diversity? I guess not diverse ideas. Judge allows students to protest at Tarrant County College | Crime and Safety |
U.S. District Judge Terry R. Means said in his ruling that Clayton Smith and John Schwertz Jr., who attend TCC Northeast Campus in Hurst, can wear empty gun holsters and hand out fliers in "public-forum areas including, but not limited to, public streets, sidewalks, and common or park areas." TCC wanted to restrict the protest to a small designated area.
Whatever you think about the Second Amendment is really beside the point. The question of the day is, "Are you in favor of free speech and the freedom of expression?"

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