Government university now tracks all student movements electronically

In this Nov. 9, 2015 frame from video provided by Mark Schierbecker, Melissa Click, right, an assistant professor in Missouri’s communications department, confronts Schierbecker and later calls for “muscle” to help remove him from the protest area in Columbia, Mo. Protesters credited with helping oust the University of Missouri System’s president and the head of its flagship campus welcomed reporters to cover their demonstrations Tuesday, a day after a videotaped clash between some protesters and a student photographer drew media condemnation as an affront to the free press. (Mark Schierbecker via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

Everyone who sets foot on a modern government college campus becomes immediately less free, and usually much poorer. All government (and government-supported “private”) universities spew a ceaseless stream of pro-government propaganda, socialist ideology, and pseudoscience that exalts the state.

Many government colleges have “free speech zones” to coral the few dissenting voices allowed on campuses.

Now the University of Missouri (known as “Mizzou”) will require students to install a tracking app which will allow government authorities to track their attendance and movements on campus at all times.

Mizzou is famous for its 2015 episode involving journalism professor Melissa Click, who violently assaulted a student reporter and called for “muscle” to stop the student from filming a pro-government student rally (are there any other types on a government college campus?) at Mizzou.

Although Professor Click taught journalism, and presumably knew about the 1st amendment, she told a student journalist he had no right to film the public event.