Glenn Reynolds, Instapundit, Forbes and College Fix owe Spuds an apology.
“If you leave it up to them, they’ll crochet the world the color of goose shit.”
All right, there’s some baseball ethics in here too….
This controversy is too stupid to make any serious ethics issue share space with…
There is no problem with Apu. The problem is with people who have a problem with Apu.
If conservatives won’t fight for free speech and sink to engaging in the same thuggery the Left has been mastering of late, then free speech is doomed.
“Why isn’t behavior like that, hashtagging a desire for white people to die, called out for the despicable behavior that it is? “
“If Twitter wants to make itself a place where nobody says things like this, I don’t think it is possible. Even if they drummed every conservative voice off the format, I do not believe the atmosphere would change significantly. The nastiness about other stuff would just become more apparent.”
Yesterday, conservative law professor, author and blogger Glenn Reynolds learned that Twitter had suspended his account. But that’s not the end of the story…
Students who interfere with invited speakers’ efforts to challenge or enlighten university audiences should be disciplined; it doesn’t matter whether the speaker is an ex U.S.general or Ilsa, Wolf of Dachau. Interfering with speech isn’t protected speech, nor is it ethical protest. Why is a law professor and a conservative opinion leader saying otherwise?