Agreed... I don't think Sec. Rumsfeld controls this money.
Also, the school didn't deny the recruiters - there was a protest and the recruiters left. Now... if the school refuses in the future to protect the recruiters, then there may be grounds for this action.
Here is a report...
Yo...the freaking school bureaucracy has already failed.
Don't you know there are administrative run campus police? If they cannot keep the situation under control...duh! The school has failed to keep order and protect such people!
Well, it wasn't just a peaceful protest. It was active harassment.
The question becomes a matter of whether or not a school can be required to be the muscle for keeping third parties under control.
The law should be (if it already isn't) that it is unlawful to prevent military recruiters from doing their jobs just as it is unlawful to prevent your Federally employed mailman from doing his job.
The next time that campus is visited by recruiters, the Fedral Government should have a large number of Federal law enforcement officers ready for action off campus. Once the recruiters go in and are interfered with, the Federal agents need to move in and arrest the scum and the Federal Government needs to prosecute them to the full extent of Federal law.