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A coordinated media campaign from the RNC. Voltaire2 Dec 6 #1
Those presidents of those prestigious universities did this to themselves. It has nothing JohnSJ Dec 6 #5
If An Ivy President Can't Avoid Traps Repiblican Congresscritters Lay, Sir The Magistrate Dec 6 #6
Outwitted by Rep Elise Stefanik C_U_L8R Dec 6 #7
Elise Stefanik, the same person that endorsed the guy that dined with Nick Fuentes tenderfoot Dec 6 #15
They are a disgrace. JohnSJ Dec 6 #2
According to the New York Times, the Presidents may have been correct spooky3 Dec 6 #3
The KKK will be glad to hear that marshall Dec 7 #39
Me waiting for FIRE to chime in Prairie Gates Dec 6 #4
Interesting -- in the article, FIRE supported the presidents that it depended on the context. LauraInLA Dec 6 #11
Well, at least they're consistent Prairie Gates Dec 6 #13
The biggest problem is that they are women. DURHAM D Dec 6 #8
Um no. nycbos Dec 6 #12
No. madaboutharry Dec 7 #27
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You are saying that women should not be University presidents? Jose Garcia Dec 7 #32
These assholes need to be fired LetMyPeopleVote Dec 6 #9
For them to side with fucking genocide and genocide talk directed towards a group is fucking shitty behavior. SoFlaBro Dec 6 #10
Calling for the genocide of of any group should violate any school's code of conduct. Not a free speech issue. elias7 Dec 6 #14
It's not like allowing genocide calls maintains some sort of balance iemanja Dec 6 #16
Exactly Mz Pip Dec 7 #34
What is the general policy? Shermanator Dec 6 #17
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Did you take a wrong turn somewhere? n/t GP6971 Dec 7 #19
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I have a neutral position. GP6971 Dec 7 #21
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Fine. Then I suggest GP6971 Dec 7 #23
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Stefanik could have honed in on this elias7 Dec 7 #29
The Question Is So Poorly Framed It Is No Wonder That The Responses Made No Sense DallasNE Dec 7 #25
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What? Shouting in a crowded theatre is not protected speech? Abolishinist Dec 7 #37
Stop being a butt DallasNE Dec 8 #41
This message was self-deleted by its author Abolishinist Dec 8 #42
Makes no difference, it's perfectly legal to yell "fire" in a crowded theatre. Abolishinist Dec 8 #44
This message was self-deleted by its author Abolishinist Dec 8 #43
Well a couple of observations I have about moniss Dec 7 #30
This is the correct answer. yardwork Dec 7 #38
They're quickly trying to walk it back FBaggins Dec 7 #31
They just won't say anything that might endanger that alumni money, will they? (n/t) OldBaldy1701E Dec 7 #33
Too late for that: EX500rider Dec 7 #40
I'm just glad Amy Wax gets to stay at PENN tenderfoot Dec 7 #35
These will be used by Republicans as campaign fodder against higher education LeftInTX Dec 7 #36
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