National Free Speech News & Commentary

Princeton University Marks Constitution Day With Event Deeming Founding Document ‘A Form of Geopolitical Gaslighting’

September 29, 2022 1 min read

Princeton University celebrated Constitution Day in mid-September with an event featuring a panel of academics who spent 90 minutes deriding the country’s founding document as "a tool of geopolitical gaslighting" that "furthers a racial crisis and a democratic crisis."
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I Committed Journalism, and Princeton Told Me Not to Communicate

September 23, 2022 1 min read

In March, my college’s director of student life, Momo Wolapaye, told me by phone that another student felt “distressed” by me and had “requested a no-communication order.” 
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Commentary: The Biden Administration’s Illiberal Regulatory Attack on Campus Free Speech

August 01, 2022 5 min read

By Stuart Taylor, Jr., Co-founder, Princetonians for Free Speech

Old-fashioned civil liberties champions who have not paid much attention since 2010 or so might be surprised to learn that the Obama Administration used Title IX sharply to curb free speech on campus (as well as due process for students accused of sexual harassment and assault).

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How Universities Weaponize Freshman Orientation

July 15, 2022 1 min read

By ABIGAIL ANTHONY for The National Review

 I arrived at Princeton University in September 2019. I had looked at Princeton online and thought, “one day . . .” 

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Commentary in the Wall Street Journal by Professor Katz about His Firing 

May 24, 2022 1 min read

by Joshua Katz

The university claims it fired me for a long-past offense -- for which I was already punished -- but the truth should worry everyone.

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Commentary: Princeton’s Mixed-Up President Discards Free Speech and Demonizes Its Defenders

April 11, 2022 1 min read

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