Sunday, March 27, 2016

The Collegiate Forum at the Nixon Library – Is political correctness on college campuses an enemy of free speech?

US Vigilance in conjunction with the Nixon Foundation is looking to rekindle political debate; to have a forum where we can once again embrace disagreement.

Political discourse was what founded the nation and created the Constitution.  That which was so pertinent to the birth and early years of our nation has ceased to exist today – at least in the same capacity.  The American public has become so divided by political parties and the media that dialogue has been stifled and is in danger of being completely silenced.

On the Right, the dialogue is brought to a halt before it has even begun because of the assumed disagreement.  The Left is no different other than in the means in which they defeat debate; they label you as a sexist, bigot, racist, etc. – you must conform or be silenced.

Let’s not allow honest debate to die with us.  The first Collegiate Forum, held on April 14th at 7pm PT at the Nixon Library is a step in encouraging open debate.  The Forum brings together five outstanding college students from five top colleges across California to discuss political correctness on college campuses and how this affects free speech.

The event is moderated by Elisha Krauss, co-host with Ben Shapiro, on the nationally syndicated radio show “The Morning Answer”.  Come join us and the students from Stanford, Chapman University, Pomona College, Occidental College, and UC Berkley.  Just click the link below to learn more and register for this free event.

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