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The university is violating John Strauss's free speech rights.
The change came after concerns were raised about "potential personal liability for university actors who deactivate the student registered organization," according to state officials.
"Being a true free speech champion does require that you defend speech that even you disagree with," says libertarian Rikki Schlott.
Plus: A listener asks the editors about requiring gun buyers to pass a psychological assessment.
Plus: President Joe Biden’s weird economy and Rep. Mike Johnson as the unlikely new speaker of the House of Representatives.
There is little, if any, comparison between the terrorist threat that Israel faces and security problems along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Florida's order to shut down National Students for Justice in Palestine is clearly unconstitutional.
Plus: A listener asks the editors about mandatory maternity leave.
Americans are likely to be blamed no matter what happens.
Parsi, from the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, talks with Zach and Liz about the Israel-Hamas war.
The limits of "we just don't believe you" as a news-consuming habit
Join Reason on YouTube and Facebook at 1 p.m. Eastern this Thursday for a discussion with Trita Parsi of the Quincy Institute about the Israel-Hamas war.
The Hamas-embraced idea that Jews have no place in Israel fosters extremism on both sides.
Plus: The search for a new speaker of the House continues to be a ludicrous mess.
Being against cancel culture requires consistency.
Abrahms holds that Hamas' brutal attack on Israeli civilians is not only immoral but "a major strategic mistake" for the Palestinian cause.
“An emergency operation, in order to allow as many citizens as possible to arm themselves.”
Biden will reportedly freeze Iran's ransom deal while the U.S. tries to find 14 missing Americans in Gaza.