Picture shows no blood on the back of his head that he supposedly cracked open on the concrete. https://t.co/uEmta1xoRo, @LegInsurrection For the Cornell students to be so arrogant, judgmental, and just downright snotty is shocking. And next week, UNC-Wilmington professor Mike Adams. It is a “burn the heretic” response. There is still hope for a non-Bizarro-World-like, dystopic outcome in this case. It was 1995, and a young William Dichtel had finished taking all the science classes available in his small high school in Roanoke, Virginia. I guess diversity and inclusion are fine as long as the “campus opinion” isn’t expected to be so diverse as to consider dissenting views; as long as inclusion doesn’t extend to Constitutional conservatives or Libertarians. What is it that gentlemen wish? Pro-Police Denounced by Cornell president https://cornellsun. The tweets prompted waves of students to call for the professor's ouster. Shall we gather strength by irresolution and inaction? Well, in a Cornell tradition ChemistryGuy is also pretty right about other topics, as much as I’ve read so far. Isn’t that good advice, if you can prove the accusation is more likely than not to be false? suggestion IMO, the university is a lost cause at present, though that might change in a few years of declining enrollment and revenue. This is no time for ceremony. Refuse to participate in the charade that passes for critical thinking and walk away. I repeat it, sir, let it come. We have already seen that Title IX can be made to say anything. The federal government has no problem stepping on my rights by “forcing” states to deny me my adult privilege of buying alcohol between ages 18 and 21, or my personal choice to cycle without a helmet, by threatening to withhold highway funds (which aren’t even directly related to alcohol, it’s nothing but naked extortion). No, sir, she has none. Gugino came to the protest looking to create an incident, and he succeeded. Ask them how many Southern Democrats switched to Republican after voting “no” on 1964 Civil Rights Bill. CTH noted what he was attempting on Thursday night as soon as the now viral video was being used by media to sell a police brutality narrative. For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it may cost, I am willing to know the whole truth; to know the worst, and to provide for it. “Diversity” of color, not of opinion or thought. Which shouldn’t surprise anyone. But the link in the tweet showed that Prof. Collum was quoting the article he was linking in the tweet […] Why didn’t the letter inform readers that the tweet was a quote from another story, and provide the context, which would negate the suggestion in the letter that Prof. Collum was telling men generally to sue their accusers? Last Thursday Gugino traveled from his home in Amherst, New York, to Buffalo to agitate a protest crowd. He is a brilliant chemist, and Cornell is lucky to have him. There were early vestages of the Red Guard discussed here some time ago… now in full force. This from a Public Interest group that actually does litigate free speech cases against private Universities. Normally we would see 24 hour detailed coverage. Mob rule. The media just out and out lies…calling peaceful marches violent, violent riots peaceful, saying that we cannot open up from the lockdown to save every life at risk because every life matters, except now if you say that you’re a racist. No one is honestly frightened by Dr. Collin’s tweet (or Dr. Collum) or the words in Sen. Cotton’s article. Sir, we are not weak if we make a proper use of those means which the God of nature hath placed in our power. HOAX. Martin Gugino approaches the officers disobeying lawful orders to stay back. There is definitely something strange in Cayuga’s waters. Obviously not. Prosecutors set all the rioters free? Cornell professors demand university ‘decolonize’ curricula across … Jun 8, 2020. The media conglomerates need to be dismantled so that the world has a hope of hearing any truth. I think this is the case here. Organic chemistry professors are well-known to often be subjected to sniffing too much toluene. It might be safe to assert a disjunction, e.g., “The Buffalo incident wasn’t police brutality OR there are only two sexes.”. Private universities are not directly bound by the First Amendment, which limits only government action. From Professor Jacobson: https://t.co/SC72jRs1Dw @LegI…, @Brauo K Freedom - The Media's Job Is To Brainwash, ...all playing out on college campus’s"