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A federal judge has ruled against a policy in which students at North Carolina State University must obtain a permit before expressing themselves as a violation of the First Amendment.
A seven-year-old first grader was recently reprimanded in front of his entire class, and a police officer was dispatched to his family’s home because the child had brought notes with Bible verses on them to school.
Logan Autry left Powers-Ginsburg Elementary School early on Thursday because school leaders said something he was wearing is causing a safety concern on campus– his red hat.
As a nation, we have a tendency to sentimentalize cultural icons in death in a way that renders them non-threatening, antiseptic and easily digested by a society with an acute intolerance for anything controversial, politically incorrect or marred by imperfection.
All the justices had to do was right a 60-year wrong that made it illegal to exercise one’s First Amendment rights on the Supreme Court plaza. It shouldn’t have been a big deal.
Freedom of Speech has no reasonable exceptions, but it sounds as if the administration of UCLA is planning to start listing some for their conservative students.