Monday, January 30, 2006


The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) has a couple of interesting releases today.

1) Not only does DePaul university think it's ok to censor an Affirmative Action bake sale, but now it thinks that the organizer is harassing . . . um . . . someone by staging a legitimate (though juvenile) "satirical" protest of a highly debated practice.

2) This analysis reaffirms the above. It's not harassment just because your feelings got hurt or, heaven forbid, someone supports a controversial propostition that you disagree with.

Wait. Aren't people supposed to get angry and argue in college?