Free Speech v. Political Correctness
by Abraham H. Miller, gatestoneinstitute.org, November 15, 2014
The Free Speech Movement seems to have evolved into its opposite, a censorship by others or of oneself, disguised as political correctness.
Bazian is in the forefront of the movement to prevent Bill Maher from speaking on campus. Bazian himself however, seems to like being unrestrained when he wants to speak.
Apparently to Bazian, Jewish money promotes undue influence, but Saudi money has no Wahhabi fundamentalist strings attached. Maybe Bazian should ask whether there is something in Islam that causes so many of its adherents to cast non-Muslims as “the other.”
The organized Muslim groups have not exactly embraced Freedom of Speech or Assembly as primary values.