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Monday, August 1, 2016

The PC juggernaut goose-steps on and on:

Fascists at Texas university order diversity training for saying all lives matter
Student at University of Houston suspended, ordered to diversity training for saying all lives matter

"If colleges are indeed training the nation’s future leaders, America is doomed.  On Sunday, the Daily Caller reported that Rohini Sethi, a student government leader at the University of Houston, was suspended and ordered to diversity training for engaging in the heinous act of free speech.  In this case, the offensive speech was a Facebook post that read, “Forget #BlackLivesMatter; more like AllLivesMatter.”
"The post, according to the report, was made shortly after the July 7 Dallas police shootings.
"According to the Daily Caller:
“Just for her to say, ‘forget Black Lives Matter,’ is a punch in the stomach,” student Nala Hughes told a local press outlet at the time.
Sethi serves as the vice president of UH’s student government association (SGA), and several UH students demanded her immediate removal.
"As it turns out, it’s not that easy to remove a member of the student government, so the good fascists at the University of Houston found a way to extract their pound of flesh." . . . 

But wait! There's more!
The ABA's Plan to Impose Political Correctness on the Practice of Law  . . . "The ABA is totally uninterested in professional ethics based on sound moral choices, and has shifted its agenda to imposing a progressive political orthodoxy upon the legal profession, through the politicization of legal ethics.  If adopted by the ABA House of Delegates, the new Rule 8.4(g) will lay the groundwork to weed out lawyers who do not share the ABA's peculiar "politically correct" views."


Members Only: the Right to ‘Private’ Associations   . . . "He quotes Andrew Koppelman, a constitutional-law professor at Northwestern University School of Law: “When an association reaches a certain size and importance, the public has a legitimate interest in what goes on inside them.”
"By “public,” Koppelman surely meant government, not the People." . . .

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