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Kellogg Community College is being sued after campus police arrested three conservative activists and college students while they were handing out pocket Constitutions and signing students up for a conservative student organization.
Administrators told the activists that asking students if they "like freedom and liberty" was disruptive because students "don't know that they can say 'see ya later.'"
The Alliance Defending Freedom has now filed a federal lawsuit against KCC, accusing the school of violating both the First and the Fourteenth Amendments.
originally posted by: WilliamtheResolute
a reply to: xuenchen
I read your OP and couldn't imagine a college in 2017 being stupid enough to arrest students for passing out copies of the Constitution. This is a perfect example of the inability of the PC challenged to make rational decisions. If the group wins and sets up a go-fund-me page I'll contribute. I found a link that might shed a little light:
Students at both schools have complained that administrators have tried to limit free speech on campus by designating areas for free speech and requiring school permission before holding gatherings.
because students "don't know that they can say 'see ya later.'"
Im so tired of the warped world view being shoved down Conservative throats. Venomous hatred of Liberals is allowing you all to be so easily manipulated.
The loudest ones aren't doing themselves any favors to reverse the view (although I doubt they care).
The school’s solicitation policy requires students to obtain permission from the school before they engage in expressive activity on campus and only in one location, according to the lawsuit.