Female College Students Against Free Speech

Female College Students Against Free Speech

What I found most striking — the numbers that stood out for me — was the difference between men and women. Among men, 61 percent favored free speech. But only 35 percent of women did so. That’s a result I certainly hadn’t expected.

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Given that men and women shouldn’t fight but when it comes to the law society needs to get a grip.

Men fight back on how they are DNA wired.

Women fight back on how they are DNA wired.

This is why abuse, or assault and battery laws need to have an equal arrest opportunity.

Better to live in a desert than with a quarrelsome and ill-tempered wife. (Proverbs 21:19)

Williams No-Drip Law

I say we call it Williams No-Drip Law.

A quarrelsome wife is like a constant dripping on a rainy day; restraining her is like restraining the wind or grasping oil with the hand. (Proverbs 27:15-16)

Ok, King County Prosecutors am waiting for the 800 call-in number so that men can have their wife arrested before they commit an assault. No man should have to live with, be provoked by or worked-up to a point of physical anger expression by an abusive woman.

It is time for equal arrest opportunity instead of profiling men in such a way that the laws of the land encourage women to push-the-buttons. This will produce safety, freedom and peace within the land for all.

Bonus Wisdom:

I have witnessed many a battered man but because the laws of the land are prejudiced against equality of arrest the abuse continues and is inflamed by the state.

The government instead of encouraging individuals to work it out, or get along has, for political selfish gain inflamed the abuse among it’s citizens.

Better to live on a corner of the roof than share a house with a quarrelsome wife. (Proverbs 21:9)


Opinion Unto Righteousness
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Article Reference

(nationalreview.com)—A recent poll of college students found that just 35 percent of women favor free speech over ‘inclusion and diversity.’

ometimes, for those of us who are constantly reading statistics and poll results, something that you didn’t expect to see stands out — a number that makes you think the future will not be what you have been expecting.

My latest sighting of such a number was in a March 12 New York Times report on a poll of college students sponsored by the American Council on Education, the Charles Koch Foundation, and the Stanton Foundation. It asked students about free speech on campus — whether it is allowed and whether it should be.

College and university campuses have been transformed over the past half-century from the zone of our society most tolerant of free speech to the zone least tolerant.