“Most speech is protected by the First Amendment, thus the Dean of Students Office (DOS) cannot initiate a Student Code of Conduct investigation when students engage in racist messaging; however, we can compel students to meet with a DOS staff member to discuss the impact their thoughts, actions and judgement have on the targeted communities," Washington White said via email. "We discuss their safety if their posts have gone viral, like the incidents we’ve experienced this summer. A conversation regarding transferring to another institution might be in order and we seek opportunities to engage with those individuals to recognize their thinking errors.” … [Read more...] about What are the bounds of student speech on social media?
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However, in Leicester, where a local lockdown has been enforced due to a spike in coronavirus cases, police say there were "more officers on duty than on New Year's Eve" - to prevent people attempting to sneak out of the city in order to reach the pubs outside the lockdown zone. … [Read more...] about Soho turns into one big street party as drinkers ignore social distancing rules
Ahead of the demonstrations Commander Alex Murray said: “Whilst the vast majority of people who have attended demonstrations over the past few weeks were not violent, there have a small minority intent on violence against our officers and others, and this is completely unacceptable and we are working hard to bring offenders to justice. … [Read more...] about Black Lives Matter – Thousands march on UK cities for fourth weekend running with calls to ‘burn down racism’
2020 began with the coronavirus pandemic sending the world into shutdown mode. And now having spent half the year with stay at home orders and lockdowns, the world seems to be restarting. Restrictions have been eased, and a new normal has set it with face masks, shields, social distancing forming a part of our daily lives.As we learn to accept a life with these revisions, some icons are reopening their doors and reminding us that not all has changed. … [Read more...] about Redesigned layouts, apps to pre-order food: Virus-proofing the office is turning into a multibillion-dollar opportunity
But patriotic Americans are starting to resist this unconstitutional series of edicts and actions of their mayors and their governors. And young and old alike must respectfully refuse to submit to this new normal that keeps us out of work, out of churches and out of schools. We have to teach the Democratic Party once and for all that attacking us and aligning with the radical socialist fringe is going to cost them dearly. And we can absolutely do this. We've beaten the Left many times before and we can do so again. In November, a vote for Trump is a vote to preserve the thing that makes America the best country on earth, our freedom. And that's the angle. The president's re-election prospects, well, they rest in large part on how well he can do with women voters, especially suburban women voters, this November. A Washington Post ABC News poll from May showed that Biden's lead among that group was even stronger than Hillary Clinton's four years ago. 56 percent of that voting block … [Read more...] about Goya Foods CEO Bob Unanue refuses to bow to leftist cancel culture mob
“Whether or not homelessness will be gone forever, I’m not sure. I think there will always be vulnerable families who are needing support to find a home. What we want to see is that it's a temporary issue for them and they can move on into independent living.” … [Read more...] about When homelessness was solved – temporarily