Again, more from inside the academy rather than from those of us "projecting our fantasies" - LOL.
Jonathan H. Adler teaches courses in constitutional, administrative, and environmental law at the Case Western University School of Law, where he is the inaugural Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Business Law and Regulation.And he recently wrote a piece at the Washington Post (yes, the Washington Post, hardly one to project right-wing fantasies, huh professor?) titled: Are open inquiry and free expression still alive at Yale? [Before I proceed, the answer to that question is NO.]
And Adler writes:
I may have thought political correctness was bad when I was at Yale 25 years ago. It’s hard to believe how much worse things appear to have become. [For those of us still in touch with reality.] Recall that students recently protested a forum on free speech. Some of the protesters even spit on event organizers, and the university took no disciplinary action.Moreover, I believe we ain't seen nuthin' yet. The wackier these people get, the wackier these people get - and violent. More here.