Free speech under attack on college campuses 

Think higher education is a safe haven for free thought and open dialogue? Think again. Greg Lukianoff, in a (poorly-lit) interview with Reason.TV’s Ted Balaker, runs down the list of ridiculously chilling instances where college administrators targeted the individual rights of their own students — from kicking out a student who made a satirical collage to writing up a student who objected to disclosing her sexual preferences. Check it out:

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J.P. Freire is the associate editor of commentary. Previously he was the managing editor of the American Spectator. Freire was named journalist of the year for 2009 by the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). You can follow him on Twitter here. Besides the Spectator, Freire's work has appeared in... more
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