Aiding the Destroyers Among Us

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  1. Ori says:

    There seems to be a disagreement about what “right to X” means. Some people think it’s “right to do/get X with your own resources, or with those that people agree to give you”. Other people think it’s “right to have others help provide X (or at least the conditions for it) for you”.

    When people whine about donors pressuring universities, they view it as the second.

  2. Garnel Ironheart says:

    Those who shout the most about “academic freedom” are, in practice, the first to limit such freedom to those who agree with their leftist fascist agenda.

  3. Debby says:

    So in Sweden commenting is a violation of the principle of free speech? And here I thought the right to comment was precisely what freedom of speech was about.

  4. Charles B. Hall says:

    As someone who regularly defends Israel against unfair attacks on a prominent left wing internet forum, I agree that the most difficult attacks to defend against are those from my fellow Jews. So far, most of their ammunition has been provided by the secular far left; I’m very glad that they haven’t noticed the things that have been recently said about Israeli doctors and police by some religious Jews. And fortunately, most of the attacks get ignored as most people are more interested in arguing over health care reform.

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