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UCF “Cyberbullying” Dismissal A Win For Free Speech

August 3rd, 2017 (No Comments)

UCF “Cyberbullying” Dismissal A Win For Free Speech This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. The University of Central Florida student whose viral “graded” breakup letter to his ex-girlfriend got him suspended for two semesters was cleared of all charges. Nick Lutz, 21, posted [...]

What Kent State Teaches Us About Free Speech

June 21st, 2017 (No Comments)

What Kent State Teaches Us About Free Speech This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. U.S. senators focused on free speech on college campuses on Tuesday as a panel questioned students, academics, and lawyers after high-profile speeches were canceled on campuses around the country [...]

Harvard Treads On Memes

June 8th, 2017 (No Comments)

Harvard Treads On Memes This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. Prospective members of Harvard University’s Class of 2021 had their admissions offers rescinded after they shared offensive content on social media. According to screenshots obtained by The Harvard Crimson, messages shared by the [...]

Chronic Conditions and Big Government’s Unintended Consequences

May 17th, 2017 (No Comments)

Chronic Conditions and Big Government’s Unintended Consequences This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. Starring Jennifer Aniston, Cake is a film that follows the life of a woman after a car accident took the life of her young son and left her with debilitating, [...]

What Nicolas Cage Taught Me About Liberty

May 9th, 2017 (No Comments)

What Nicolas Cage Taught Me About Liberty This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. I’ll admit it: a Nicolas Cage film had a hand in inspiring me to take part in the Liberty movement. In the 2004 Disney film National Treasure, Cage plays Benjamin [...]

Don’t Be Ugly To Others

February 15th, 2017 (No Comments)

Don’t Be Ugly To Others This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. The 1999 award-winning film, the Green Mile, tells the story of the lives of guards on death row who are affected by one of their charges: a large black man accused of [...]

How to Achieve Your Goals for 2017

January 1st, 2017 (No Comments)

How to Achieve Your Goals for 2017 This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. If you’re like most Americans, you probably made some New Year’s resolutions. According to a report from NBC, some of the most popular ones are getting healthier, getting organized, and [...]

College Kids Don’t Understand the First Amendment, Hate It Anyway

October 20th, 2016 (No Comments)

College Kids Don’t Understand the First Amendment, Hate It Anyway This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. Last spring, I wrote about college students hating free speech. At the time, I didn’t have a good answer to explain why 22 percent of college students [...]

Who’s On Your Short List?

September 1st, 2016 (No Comments)

Who’s On Your Short List? This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. American industrialist and businessman, J. Paul Getty, wrote in his book, “How to Be Rich,” that: “…it has always been my contention that an individual who can be relied upon to be [...]

Don’t Just Depend On A Piece Of Paper

August 17th, 2016 (No Comments)

Don’t Just Depend On A Piece Of Paper This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. This week, I participated in a panel discussion for new students beginning their college careers at my alma mater, Ball State University. I shared my experiences on campus, talked [...]

Be Your Own Advocate

August 7th, 2016 (No Comments)

Be Your Own Advocate This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. I have the unique experience of sharing the same alma mater as my parents. I grew up hearing stories about how things were when they were at school, the friends they made, and [...]

Fear Shouldn’t Dictate Action

July 28th, 2016 (No Comments)

Fear Shouldn’t Dictate Action This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. In the last year, dozens of student protests on college campuses have called for everything from supporting the #BlackLivesMatter movement to demanding that school administrators address microaggressions on campus. From Mizzou to Yale [...]

There Is Hope! – How to Safeguard Free Speech On Campus

June 30th, 2016 (No Comments)

There Is Hope! – How to Safeguard Free Speech On Campus This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. For the last year, I’ve written more than a dozen articles about free speech on college campuses. From safe spaces, to microaggression reporting systems, and multiple [...]

UC at San Diego Sued to Enforce First Amendment Rights

June 4th, 2016 (No Comments)

UC at San Diego Sued to Enforce First Amendment Rights This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. Last week, The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit claiming the University of California at San Diego and the Associated Students Council defunded student organizations in [...]

A Rough Week for Free Speech – Fraternity Edition

May 15th, 2016 (No Comments)

A Rough Week for Free Speech – Fraternity Edition This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. It’s been a rough few weeks for free speech on college campuses with regard to Greek Life. In two separate instances at Illinois colleges, fraternities came under fire [...]

TRIGGERING! – Political Correctness Gone Too Far at UMass Amherst

May 5th, 2016 (No Comments)

TRIGGERING! – Political Correctness Gone Too Far at UMass Amherst This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. Last week, students at the University of Massachusetts Amherst redefined mass hysteria at a discussion on political correctness hosted by the College Republicans. The discussion titled, “The [...]

Why Do College Students Hate Free Speech?

April 14th, 2016 (No Comments)

Why Do College Students Hate Free Speech? This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. I had the opportunity to spend some vacation time in Washington D.C. this month. The cherry blossoms were beautiful, the food was excellent, and I found a new favorite museum: [...]

College Holiday Party? Better Skip the Props

March 17th, 2016 (No Comments)

College Holiday Party? Better Skip the Props This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. Ah, today is St. Patrick’s Day. In college towns across America, students are probably skipping class to drink and attend parties while dressed in every green piece of clothing they [...]

One Microaggression After Another

February 17th, 2016 (No Comments)

One Microaggression After Another This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. Now more than ever, college campuses are offering training, courses and even online portals for students, faculty and staff to understand and report microaggressions. Failure to acknowledge harm caused by microaggressions on college [...]

Mizzou Professor Faces Assault Charge, Suspended

January 28th, 2016 (No Comments)

Mizzou Professor Faces Assault Charge, Suspended This article was featured in our weekly newsletter, the Liberator Online. To receive it in your inbox, sign up here. On Nov. 9, 2015, the nation paid close attention to massive protests on the University of Missouri’s campus following the resignation of President Tim Wolfe for his failure to adequately address [...]

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