Salon, “Well, shut my mouth!: Berkeley protests put the obedience back in civil disobedience”

That right is protected in the First Amendment, under the emoluments clause. But instead you have bandana-clad anarchist morons battling bloody in the streets with barely sentient sides of beef. All I want is the free exchange of ideas that was promised to me when I was a graduate student at Harvard. Is that too much to ask of our fragile democracy?

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