History making Pres! No President in American history has ever golfed more per week than Donald Trump. lol. After criticizing Obama and saying "he would rarely leave the white house 'cause there was so much work to be done" (his exact words on video, not mine). We've been had! http://thehill.com/blogs/in-the-know/245884-trump-i-would-rarely-leave-the-white-house or this one
So many things now not our business. Birth certificates, tax returns, names of visitors to White House.
Why must every lawyer on the other side of my litigation cases disagree with me? After 46 years it's getting wearisome.
We have been discussing the erosion of free speech on our campuses across the country. Much of that trend is the result of faculty members who have taught that free speech itself is a threat to students. The erosion of free speech has come in stages. First, schools began to declare speech to be hate speech while creating "safe zones" from the exercise of free speech. Second, schools began to enforce the ill-defined "microaggressions" to punish speech that is deemed as contributing to hostile environments or fostering stereotypes. Now, faculty and students are increasing declaring opposing views as simply outside of the definition of free speech. That extreme argument was advanced this week by the editors of The Wellesley News who published a column entitled “Free Speech Is Not Violated At Wellesley.” It is chilling message from the Editorial Board composed of Co-Editors in Chief Sharvari Johari and Michele Lee and opinion editors Maya Nandakumar, Genae Matthews, and Tabitha Wilson. Once the champions of free speech, students have become the new censors and have adopted the perfectly Orwellian notion that the protection of free speech requires the denial of free speech. Read more of this post
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