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The OFA Exception to Political Speech

FrankMP Wrote: Oct 31, 2012 9:59 AM
IF somehow a group of people with a different set of beliefs were prevented from delving further into its impact on society or have a dialogue over differences with other ideologies via an institution of higher learning, would such a group be able to get government funding to establish a means for a freer exchange of ideas?

Two Fridays ago, I was busy preparing for a campus debate and finishing the final edits on my next book. It was a busy day and I simply did not have time to deal with a totalitarian college administrator posing as a genuine liberal. But these people never rest. So when the phone rang I should not have been surprised. And I knew I had a responsibility to help the distressed student, despite my busier than usual schedule.

The controversy in this case was pretty simple. The UNCW College Republicans (CRs) were hosting a political event. They put up posters on...