Will College Campuses Regain Their Freedom of Speech?
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Recall our previous post, College Campuses Are Testing Grounds For Freedom of Speech and Expression, it is also clear that Florida Senate realizes the potential impact of barrier to Free Speech would have on higher learning. The Senate Judiciary Committee has temporarily postponed voting on the Florida SB1234 in late Feb., sponsored by Ocala Republican Senator Dennis Baxley, to erase dedicated “free speech zones” on college campuses, and open entire campuses to free speech. This provision of the bill is agreed by all speakers and committee members.
However, there are provisions still requiring further discussions:
- Whichever organization or individuals that disrupt the event would have to foot the bill of the event.
- Students, faculty, or staff of public universities may be sued for causing a “material or substantial disruption” to scheduled events
These provisions seem quite reasonable, for we all have learned during kindergarten years that there would be consequences for our actions. We also learned in kindergarten to play nice. Why should any one expect any less from a college/university student? Whenever there is any disruption of any event, the campus police should physically remove those who do not behave civilly or cause disruptions. But viewing the video below, one may come to realize that some may not have had such basic training during their kindergarten years.
Legislators every where, be wary! At this point, I’d like to invite you to view “The Queen’s University Talk: The Rising Tide of Compelled Speech“, video recorded on March 5, 2018, when Dr./Prof. Jordan Peterson was invited to Queen’s University to give inaugural lecture/discussion of the Liberty Lecture series, funded by Faculty of Law alumnus, Gregory Piasetzki, below:
Keep in mind that Nazi of Germany was a minority group that was willing to assault others to gain power.
Gathered, written, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker
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