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Letter to the editor: Where's the free speech?

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Thursday, April 13, 2017 12:01 am

Years ago the press defended the right of free speech.

Now, we allow authors and guest speakers who are invited to speak at campuses, which are funded by all taxpayers, to be threatened, cursed, and shouted down by students who are being encouraged by faculty to do so. They charge fascism.

Facists do not allow any opinion but theirs to be spoken. There is fascism but in the form of students and faculty who ban free speech. Speak up press. This is unconstitutional it is a threat to our republic. Could it be that the press is in collusion with these lawless acts by certain groups? Duplicitous in banning free speech which they were charged by the people to support. I challenge the press to come out against these lawless and oppressive acts being carried out on our campuses.

Bullying by liberals against other ideas should not be tolerated. I think funding should be cut to these schools.

Let freedom ring.

Cathy Menze

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