University of Delaware tells students they must regulate speech at a free speech table

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American colleges have become bastions for pro-government totalitarian ideology and discrimination. Many campuses impose speech codes.

The University of Delaware is a government-owned university subject to the Bill of Rights. Yet students who staffed a YAL (Young Americans for Liberty) table were told they couldn’t allow free speech on a ‘free speech ball.’

The students presented an inflated ball to students who chose to write on the ball using a permanent marker.

Soon, government campus police told students that they needed to monitor and regulate the writings on the free speech ball. See here.

The F.I.R.E. (Foundation for Individual Rights in Education) organization has sent a letter to the University over the police-state situation prevailing at U of D. See here.

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