Episode #60 of Stand and Deliver brings a follow up to the Stanford law story presented in Episode #59. The Dean of the Stanford Law school has now suspended the administrator who joined students in heckling and attacking a federal judge who spoke to the students, and is standing up to the unruly students who are outraged at her apology to the judge on their behalf. Also, another university has free speech issues, this time at the University of Central Florida, where a professor has sued the school for terminating him on the basis of his own questions on the subject of anti-racism. Higher education is truly a battleground on which the First Amendment will either be strengthened or buried forever. And finally, will the United States allow people to use proper and accepted grammar when referring to other people, or will this nation become Canada, which jails people for not using "preferred" and "invented" pronouns? Those issues and more are addressed on this episode...enjoy the conversation, and please share with other Free Speech Defenders!
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