DePaul U ping
This is bizarro.
"As punishment, the group is required to participate in or host "at least one university-wide event concerning affirmative action principles and practices...requiring that it be an "educational opportunity."
Which is exactly what they did
"The DCA will also be restricted from using university "promo tables" to advertise the club on campus for the remainder of the spring semester."
"In his statement, Holtschneider wrote that DePaul "is committed to free speech"
Cut to scene from Animal House - "cough, cough, bullsh*t, bullsh*t, cough cough."
> As punishment, the group is required to participate in or host "at least one university-wide event concerning affirmative action principles and practices," according to the letter. The university's letter does not dictate the nature of the event, except for requiring that it be an "educational opportunity."
Oh, yeah. I can see where this will go...
Kyle's Dad (the sexual harassment lawyer): Kyle, let me explain something to you.
Kyle: [annoyed, looks askance] Oh God, here we go.
Kyle's Dad: You see, Kyle, we live in a liberal, democratic society. And Democrats make sexual harassment laws. These laws tell us what we can and can't say in the workplace. And what we can and can't do in the workplace.
Kyle: Isn't that fascism?
Kyle's Dad: No, because we don't call it fascism. Do you understand?
Kyle: Do you?
Sounds like an open invitation to either Walter Williams or Thomas Sowell to me. Let them come to campus and discuss the **FACTUAL** effect of affirmative action.
Whoever invented the Affirmative Action Bake sale is a genius.
They tried this at my alma mater a couple of years ago and the university made it seem like the bake sale sponsors were trying to force black people to the back of the bus again.
(Denny Crane: "I Don't Want To Socialize With A Pinko Liberal Democrat Commie. Say What You Like About Republicans. We Stick To Our Convictions. Even When We Know We're Dead Wrong.")