Constitution Thursday – Boomer Sooner


logo_big_crimsonThe 1st Amendment protects citizens from the government when they exercise their speech and press rights. So was it “free speech” or “creating a hostile learning environment,” when the President of the University of Oklahoma expelled two students for what they sang on a bus? And when a local man rips down a neighbors offensive house decorations, is it protected?

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Posted on March 12, 2015, in News & Notes and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Good question. I was wondering about the same thing. Why can’t those students say what they wanted to say? Are they hurting anyone? Is it inappropriate for their jobs?

    One thing I know is what’s being said on the bus is not acceptable, but is it really the school’s job to punish a student’s words because the school does not agree with it?

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