You’d imagine every campus faction would have welcomed University of California President Yudof’s statement on March 8. He called on the UC community to follow the basic rules necessary to protect free speech on college campuses.
University of California President Mark Yudof defended Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan's right to speak at the university's Berkeley campus.
Imagine a college student being subjected to verbal abuse, being spat at, and being the focus of harassment because of their gender, religion, national origin, race or simply because of their political beliefs?
Letters to the editor
Sadly, the plot to kill cartoonist Kurt Westergaard is not an isolated story, but part of a broader trend that risks undermining free speech in Europe and around the world.
I got to know a quirky, passionate Los Angeles native who never dreamed he'd become a counsel to skin merchants nationwide and the reviled bÃªte noir of neighborhood groups everywhere.
It's been less than a week since Ann Coulter made her unfortunate remarks to Donny Deutsch on CNBC's "The Big Idea," but the frantic back and forth of blogging, e-mailing, and TV commentary has already somewhat died down. Certainly the din has stilled sufficiently that a few observations can be safely made.
A new weapon may have emerged in the Palestinians' battle against Israel -- the "siren call."
When UCLA librarian Jonnie Hargis this month sent out an e-mail to everyone on the library's list, he had no idea the chaos he'd cause on campus.
Hargis wrote in his e-mail that United States taxpayers "fund and arm a state called Israel, which is responsible for untold thousands upon thousands of deaths of Muslim Palestinian children and civilians." He ended his message with: "So, who are the 'terrorists' anyway?"