Anti-Speech Movement on the March at Orange Coast College

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Watching college professors bully conservative students over their political beliefs is one of my pet peeves, going back to my days as a College Republican. Watching college administrators punish a conservative student for blowing a whistle on a bullying professor is absolutely perverse. As we all know by now, that is exactly what occurred last week at Orange Coast College …

…for the Times, They Are a-Changin’

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Inauguration Day is finally upon us after a presidential cycle that seemed to drag on until Congress certified the Electoral College vote last month and made the unthinkable inevitable: Donald Trump will become the 45th President of the United States. As regular readers are aware, I never supported Donald Trump’s candidacy and chose to vote for Gary Johnson. However, my …

UCI’s Punishment of College Republicans Appears to Be Unconstitutional

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UC Irvine has prohibited its College Republicans chapter from accessing event space after the CRs notified the administration they may host controversial speaker Milo Yiannopoulos again this fall, according to Breitbart. It appears that UCI administrators invited College Republicans leaders to a meeting to discuss the planning of the Yiannopoulos event, which took place earlier this month. During the meeting, …

We Mean What We Say: #NeverTrump

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Support your local and congressional candidates this election, but we’re better off without Donald Trump. Now that Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, his supporters are attacking Republicans who refuse to vote for the Donald––Not voting for Trump is a vote for Hillary! is their inevitable cacophony. I dislike Hillary Clinton as much as the next Republican––she’s a …

A Victory for Trademark Speech, and Possibly the Redskins

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit issued a recent ruling that might help the Washington Redskins regain their trademark, which the government revoked for being “disparaging to Native Americans.” The Ruling: In re Shiao Tam The Federal Circuit ruled In re Shiao Tam that the portion of the Lanham Act allowing the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office …