A staff attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union of Vermont says Gov. Phil Scott has missed the group’s deadline to reinstate members of the public who were blocked from his Facebook page and to stop selectively deleting comments from constituents.
Ten universities have changed their policies regarding hate speech, harassment and other issues so that students who espouse objectionable opinions can do so without fear of punishment.
At the rate we are going, saying “good morning” might become offensive. Every American, of any background, has a good reason to celebrate 1776.
A Washington university is shelling out big bucks to settle a dispute with a Republican student group that filed a lawsuit alleging the school discriminated against it by charging exorbitant security fees for speaker events.
The second go-round of the Burlington Thought Exchange program took place this week on a rainy Monday evening, attracting about two dozen people who gathered to debate raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Vermonters upset over Gov. Phil Scott’s flip-flop on gun control have taken to social media to vent their anger, but a lawyer with the Vermont chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union says some of their comments are getting deleted from the governor’s Facebook page.
The “Burlington Thought Exchange” political discussion series is coming back for its second iteration, this time to analyze political dialogue about the minimum wage.
University of Michigan is the fourth school to have the pleasure of receiving a statement of interest from Sessions’ Justice Department. The DOJ previously filed statements in cases involving University of California, Berkeley; Georgia Gwinnett College; and Los Angeles Pierce College.
One investor told Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to lead less like Vladimir Putin and more like George Washington so Facebook doesn’t become a “corporate dictatorship,” according to Bloomberg.
When people cry racism when racism isn’t actually there, it only desensitizes people to the evil that racism is. Unfortunately, it seems that this is happening today.
A New Jersey high school principal apologized Friday for a “Party Like It’s 1776” theme at prom.