The University of Buffalo has a policy on first amendment rights and tolerance. It reads, “The University . . . strives to create an environment in which diverse opinions can be expressed and heard.” Are these hollow words? I’ll report. You decide. The on-campus pro-life group, Students for Life, was given permission to put up an exhibit including graphic images of abortion, Holocaust and lynching victims. Six professors were outraged and signed an opposing letter to the student newspaper. But that wasn’t enough for instructor, Laura Curry. She let loose with a profanity-laced rant at the pro-life students. Curry was so out of control, she was arrested for disorderly conduct. The University didn’t even offer an apology. So much for an environment for diverse opinions if the content is pro-life.
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