Skip to comments.College Admins: If You Favor Second Amendment Rights, You Must Be Crazy
Posted on 10/17/2007 9:07:36 PM PDT by Turret Gunner A20
A Minnesota college student was suspended and ordered to undergo "mental health evaluation" for his response to campuswide e-mails from school officials concerning the Virginia Tech massacre.
The college, Hamline University, a private, liberal-arts institution affiliated with the Methodist Church, has a policy on "Freedom of Expression and Inquiry" that guarantees that Hamline students will be "free to examine and discuss all questions of interest to them and to express opinions publicly or privately."
With such a strong guarantee on students' "freedom from censorship and control" by the university, student Troy Scheffler's e-mail must have been horrifically bad to warrant such a crackdown. Right?
Wrong. What Scheffler did was make a gun-rights case for concealed-carry permits on campus to help ward off potential Cho Seung-Huis before they strike Hamline.
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Ewwww. I retract what I said. Only worth doing if she’s a skinny hottie.
It's called "zero tolerance" and it's been around since the Safe Schools Act (which declared all educational institutions to be "gun-free" school zones.)
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