Friday, April 13, 2007


GAP comes to The University of Tennessee

Tennessee Journalist has the story of the Center for Bioethical Reform's Genocide Awareness Project (GAP) and its recent visit to The University of Tennessee.

It's an interesting article, but what really caught my interest were the comments of the journalism majors at the conclusion of the article. One has to see the irony in future journalists - whose very occupation is dependent upon the First Amendment - believing that someone they disagree with on an issue shouldn't have the right to freely assemble, freely speak about their views and beliefs, and freely express those beliefs through the staffing of an exhibit.

Yeah, those girls are going to fit right in with the anti-First Amendment establishment. Maybe they could get a job at King & Ballow or JL Kirk & Associates.

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