Skip to comments.Will 'diversity' beat 1st Amendment in Round 2?
Posted on 12/05/2012 5:42:16 AM PST by wesagain
"Appellate judges to rule on firing of university administrator over her beliefs "
The fight over the tyranny of higher educations diversity agenda is taking center stage, with judges in the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals hearing arguments on whether a university can fire an administrator for expressing an opinion that conflicts with the institutions adopted political perspective.
It should be concerning to all Americans that officials at a public institution such as the University of Toledo believe they can fire someone for violating the universitys value system even though such actions clearly violate the Constitution, said David Yerushalmi of the American Freedom Law Center.
This case only reinforces the fact that the liberal idea of diversity is code for the tyranny of political correctness.
Robert Muise, co-founder of the AFLC, is scheduled tomorrow to argue before the appeals judges on behalf of Crystal Dixon, a former human resources administrator at the University of Toledo.
She was dismissed in 2008 for expressing her personal, Christian viewpoint about homosexuality in a letter to a local newspaper.
Dixon is appealing a district courts decision that the schools diversity interests were more important .......
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
Of course it will. That’s originally why it was implemented...in order to eventually “break” the !st Ammendment
“diversity” is another facet of political correctness, ie, Cultural Marxism.
The intent is to criminalize traditional Christian culture, values, and beliefs.
They hate God and seek to establish Satan’s kingdom on earth. And they will temporarily triumph.
Where is the diversity in college professors?
Value system in Ohio,Mafia LOL.
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