Auburn Censors Ron Paul Poster, Gives Student Bigger Platform


The latest video from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) is produced by Reason TV alum Ted Balaker and details the case of the censored Ron Paul poster.

From FIRE's writeup:

In November 2011, Auburn University student Eric Philips was required to remove a banner supporting Ron Paul's presidential campaign from the inside of his dormitory window. Philips documented numerous examples of other students not being asked to do the same. In this video, Eric Philips fills you in on the details of Auburn's efforts to censor his viewpoint and how you can fight back against censorship on your own campus.

More info here.

HT: Instapundit.