To make matters worse, they have also said that they will not fund
"conservative" speakers. I learned after my speech that the CRs were stuck
with paying the bill for my hotel room. A university that has no problem
paying for porn stars promoting anal sex will not pay any expenses for
conservative speakers because they are simply too offensive.
To add insult to injury, the CRs were removed from a room that they had
reserved for my speech only minutes before the speech began. We were all
ushered into a smaller room cluttered with tables that made it difficult for
the audience to listen to my speech. This was the fourth consecutive week
that the CRs were bumped out of a room they had specifically reserved.
A week after my speech, the CRs wrote me a letter indicating that are going
to fight the efforts of the university to censor their views by proceeding
with Morals Week. In fact, they sent me an overview of events they plan to
host, which are centered around the following daily themes:
Monday: Morals Week Kickoff
Tuesday: American Pride Day
Wednesday: No Hump Day (Abstinence Day)
Thursday: Right to Life Day
Friday: Wrap Up (with a speech at the Student Union Auditorium by Mike
If the university refuses to fund any of these events, they will need
support from the legal community. For that purpose, the CRs can be contacted
at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Before the day is over, I plan to write to the UNCG Development Office to
ask why people should donate to a university that funds pornographic speech
while suppressing the speech of conservatives. For that purpose, I will use
the following contact information:
1100 W. Market Street
PO Box 26170, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170
Phone: 336-334-5677 (Toll free: 1-877-641-8276)
We all need to send a message to our irresponsible and corrupt educational
leaders. That message is that our great country was not founded on the
philosophy of moral relativism. The College Republicans at UNCG understand
that. They need our support.
Mike S. Adams can be contacted at www.DrAdams.org.
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