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"kellogg community college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In his doubled in their work. Now, this is important because for example, free speech on campus. Up is defending Nathan Apodaca currently deployed, by the way, US military. He's a student. Cal State university, San Marcos. Here's the president of the students for life pro-life group. They denied him five hundred dollars to bring a speaker to campus the campus gender equity center LGBTQ TA pride center received over two years. Two hundred ninety six thousand four hundred ninety eight dollars. Make the DACA couldn't get five hundred dollars. Look, this is same policy across Twenty-three, Cal State campuses and eighty f- is fighting to change it. Also, fighting with Michigan's Kellogg community college. Where students at that young Americans for freedom for liberty chapter were arrested arrested for passing up copies of the constitution. They continue to support Jack Phillips Jack is the Baker in masterpiece cake shop, and what you need to know about that is that as soon as he wanted the high court. A new case was brought against him before the same Denver commission. Colorado human rights commission that was thrown out by the supreme court and chastised by the supreme court in June. Another requests for a K this time, celebrating gender transition. From male to female. They were wanted someone came in in order to cake celebrating that Jack turn it down. So another complaint filed before the Colorado, civil rights commission. Quote, the same agency that the supreme court judge said his hostile to Jack Phillips remains committed to treating him unequally enforcing him to express messages and violating his religious beliefs that senior vice president. Christian Wagner diverg, Kristen Wagner on this show. Jack serves all customers he's happy to serve the attorney and lodges complaint against him. But Jack doesn't create custom cakes. Did express messages or celebrates events that contradict deeply release. Apparently that isn't enough for the commission insists on forcing Jack to celebrate ideas and events that violate his fate. Eighty apple never stopped defending Jack Phillips drop a Dhaka and Cal State or the students in Michigan anyone in the United States on any religious liberty issue. But they need your help. Right. You've got to go and give them your help. You can call. Today. Eight six six seven hundred ten sixty eight six six seven hundred ten sixty or go to q dot com. I wanted to come in today voice challenge, though. I am to make sure that we reach goal and get people behind defending freedom. They are exactly what we need done right now, which is the protection of the free exercise clause with the supreme court. And by the way, the reason you vote for senators like Martha mcsally and John James in Arizona and Michigan like, Josh Holly in Missouri..

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You get to align to thinning freedom goes in his doubled in their work. Now, this is important because for example, free speech on campus. Is defending Nathan Apodaca currently deployed, by the way, US military. He's a student. Cal State university, San Marcos. He is the president of the students for life pro-life group. They denied him five hundred dollars to bring a speaker to campus the campus gender equity center and LGBTQ TA pride center received over two years. Two hundred ninety six thousand four hundred ninety eight dollars. Nathan Apodaca couldn't get five hundred dollars. Look, this is the same policy across Twenty-three, Cal State campuses and eighty f- is fighting to change it. Eighty f- is also fighting with Michigan's Kellogg community college. Were students at that young Americans for freedom for liberty chapter were arrested arrested for passing up copies of the constitution. They continue to support Jack Phillips Jack is the Baker in masterpiece cake shop, and what you need to know about that is that as soon as he won at the high court. A new case was brought against him before the same Denver commission. Colorado human rights commission that was thrown out by the supreme court and chastised by the supreme court in June. Another request for a K this time, celebrating gender transition. From male to female. They were wanted someone came in in order to cake celebrating that Jack turn it down. So another complaint filed before the Colorado, civil rights commission. Quote, the same agency that the supreme court just said his hostile to Jack Phillips remains committed to treating him unequally enforcing him to express messages and violate his religious beliefs senior, vice president Kirsan Wagner Evert, Kristen Wagner on this show. Jack serves all customers he's to serve the attorney lodges complaint against him. But Jack doesn't create custom cakes. That expresses messages or celebrate events that contradict deeply Royce. Apparently that isn't enough for the commission. It insists on fourth Jack to celebrate ideas and events that violate his fate. Eighty apple never stopped defending Jack Phillips drop a Dhaka and Cal State for the students in Michigan anyone in the United States on any religious liberty issue. But they need your help. Right. You've got to go and give them your help. You can call. Today. Eight six six seven hundred ten sixty eight six six seven hundred ten sixty or go to Q Hewitt dot com. I wanted to come in today voice challenge, though. I am to make sure that we reach goal and get people behind alliance defending freedom. They are exactly what we need done right now, which is the protection of the exercise clause with the new supreme court. And by the way, the reason you vote for senders like Martha mcsally and John James in Arizona and Michigan like, Josh Holly in Missouri. Like, Rick Scott in Florida. Mike Braun in Indiana. We increase our Senate majority and keep the good judges.

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"For two more days any dollar you get to align defending freedom goes in his doubled in their work. Now, this is important because for example, free speech on campus. Is defending Nathan Apodaca currently deployed by the us military. He's a student. Cal State university, San Marcos. He is the president of the students for life pro-life group. They denied him five hundred dollars to bring a speaker to campus the campus gender equity center in LGBTQ TA pride center received over two years. Two hundred ninety six thousand four hundred ninety eight dollars make DACA couldn't get five hundred dollars book. This is same policy across twenty three. Cal State, Paul campuses and eighty f- is fighting to change. It ADF is also fighting with Michigan's Kellogg community college. Were students at that young Americans for freedom for liberty chapter were arrested arrested for passing out copies of the constitution. They continue to support Jack Phillips Jack is the Baker in masterpiece cake shop, and what you need to know about that is that as soon as he wanted the high court. A new case was brought against him before the same Denver commission. Colorado human rights commission that was thrown out by the supreme court and chastised by the supreme court in June. Another requests for this time, celebrating gender transition. From male to female. They were wanted someone came in in order to cake celebrating that Jack turn down. So another complaint filed before the Colorado, civil rights commission. Quote, the same agency that the supreme court judge said his hostile to Jack Phillips remains committed to treating him unequally enforcing him to express messages and violate his religious beliefs that ADF senior vice president Kirsan Wagner diverg, Kristen Wagoner on this show. Jack serves all customers. He's happy to serve the attorney lodges complaint against him. But Jack doesn't create custom cakes. That expresses messages or celebrate events that contradict his deeply relief. Apparently that isn't enough for the commission insists on forcing Jack to celebrate ideas and events that violate his fate. Eighty apple never stopped defending Jack Phillips permits dropbox and Cal State or the students in Michigan anyone in the United States on any religious liberty issue. But they need your help. Right. You've got to go and give them your help. You can call. Today. Eight six six seven hundred ten sixty eight six six seven hundred ten sixty or go to q dot com. I wanted to come in today voice challenge, though. I am to make sure that we reach goal and get people bind alliance defending freedom. They are exactly what we need done right now, which is the protection of the free exercise clause with the supreme court. And by the way, the reason you vote for senators like Martha mcsally and John.

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Get defending freedom goes doubled in their work. Now, this is important because for example, free speech on campus. Is defending Nathan Apodaca currently deployed, by the way, US military. He's a student. Cal State university, San Marcos. Here's the president of the students for life pro-life group. They denied him five hundred dollars to bring a speaker to campus the campus gender equity center LGBTQ TA pride center received over two years. Two hundred ninety six thousand four hundred ninety eight dollars. Make that DACA. Couldn't get five hundred dollars. Look, this is same policy across Twenty-three Cal State campuses. Eighty f- is fighting to change it eighty is also fighting with Michigan's Kellogg community college where students at that young Americans for freedom. Liberty chapter were arrested arrested for passing up copies of the constitution. They continue to support Jack Phillips Jack is the Baker in masterpiece cake shop, and what you need to know about that is that as soon as he won at the high court. A new case was brought against him before the same Denver commission. Colorado human rights commission that was thrown out by the supreme court and chastised by the supreme court in June. Another request for a K this time, celebrating gender transition. From male to female. They were wanted someone came in in order to cake celebrating that Jack turn it down. So another complaint filed before the Colorado, civil rights commission. Quote, the same agency that the supreme court just said his hostile to Jack Phillips remains committed to treating him unequally and forcing him to express messages and violate his religious beliefs that senior vice president Kirsten Wagner Evert, Kristen Wagner on this show. Jack serves all customers he's happy to serve the attorney lodges complaint against him. But Jack doesn't create custom cakes. That expresses messages or celebrate events that contradict his deeply religious. Apparently that isn't enough for the commission insists on forcing Jack to celebrate ideas and events that violate his fate. Eighty apple never stopped defending Jack Phillips drop a Dhaka and Cal State for the students in Michigan anyone in the United States on any religious liberty issue. But they need your help. Right. You've got to go and give them your help. You can call. Today. Eight six six seven hundred ten sixty eight six six seven hundred ten sixty or go to Hewitt dot com. I wanted to come in today voice challenge, though. I am to make sure that we reach goal and get people alliance defending freedom. They are exactly what we need done right now, which is the protection of the exercise clause with the new supreme court. And by the way, the reason you vote for senders like Martha mcsally and John James in Arizona and Michigan like, Josh Holly in Missouri. Like, Rick Scott in Florida. Mike Braun in Indiana. We increase our Senate majority and keep the good judges and.

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Longer the president of Kellogg foundation you find yourself as a governor what is what is the one thing that you'd say yeah well Sounds like you're? Certainly. Doing good work all around the country in the world but. Like what's the one thing that. You tell every governor we got address this is good for our economy it's important just, from a base morality what we are as a nation. What's the one thing you'd tell, us all to do tomorrow okay the first thing I? Would. Say Is get out of denial We can't deny that the issues aren't real in our communities. And it isn't about politics it's about growth and opportunity. And prosperity for the future and so those who can step forward and face the truth of the current reality and begin to build the pathways forward will be on the forefront will, be the leaders of tomorrow but you have to step beyond I think the rhetoric I'm, reach into your neighborhoods and speak with the people and they're not invisible they're real human beings and they actually not only can we help them but they can help us this is a win win solution we all. Are in this together. Is our own share fate and when I think about the business community that is in this presents. The international business community I think we must show them. That we can build a workforce for the future and the sooner we know that there's opportunity there and admit that there's potential there the sooner we can get in front of it, it's darn good advice I know And I really appreciate you spending time I want to open it up though turned to fellow governors as they may have questions for you I'd. Like to start with. Governor Snyder Thanks I have to start by, thanking the June for being here and I have to give one, short commercial for the. Foundation that I'm actually a native, about creek I was born and raised in that town and I started my college career at Kellogg, community. College wouldn't existed but. For this foundation so I'll lot. To this organization then they've done. Wonderful work for decades and they're continuing to do so thank you governor beyond that though it's been really exciting the work, they're doing in Michigan how recurring to. Do these things and one comment I'd, be interested in juice observation is is something that was lack. Combining serve last session with this session That we've done a lot of. Work on what's keeping structurally unemployed people from having opportunity and not largest single reason we found in our research is a lack of transportation to either work or. Training and so this is back to the, autonomous connected vehicles this is back to public transportation and how do, you integrate that because. It doesn't work if you don't, have public transportation to get you there takes three hours because it's four stops so the June I, appreciate. Your thoughts on how. We could continue to collaborate on. That in addition down all the. Marshall plan things we're doing with competency based certificates exactly and as I said earlier transportation I think is going to be A real issue for the future and it has been of the past and and I do think there's, an opportunity there for further deployment of technology. And and ways, to connect one of the things that is interesting is there are formal. Transportation systems and then there are many, informal transportation systems but they're not connected. Fully. So the biggest opportunity I, think, we have is to to build A collaboration, around transportation that includes public transportation private transportation and speaking with community about where their mobility exists and where it doesn't churches are, a fine opportunity to include in. Conversation about transportation there are you know, transplant church vehicles that are very active on Sunday and not as active the rest of the week and. I think there's an opportunity for partnership there but I think in the, transportation space we must really look at both, formal and informal systems in. That regard as a way to to begin to connect the dots Gene Montgomery t-boned brand with Kellogg foundation live at national governor's association meeting also in that space. Rural-to-urban is key and of course mass transit is, a part of that but also many, light rail but just different pathways forward I think is going to be the answer is not going to be a one-size-fits-all solution Hey my colleagues have questions governor Carney I do thank you very much thank.

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on WJR 760

"The frank beckmann show news talk seven sixty wjr sitting in for great here's guy gordon it has been an ongoing controversy on our nation's campuses and also here in the state of michigan as well is there a true free speech on campus or is there sanitize speech is there a chilling effect because people are afraid of angering one another the socalled snowflake affect where were more worried about kids being offended that perhaps being informed about alternative opinions and this is a come at a big concern as some controversial speakers have sought to speak a different michigan campuses and this is drawn the attention of us some people in the legislature the house oversight committee approved a resolution last week to try to address the stop again was led by representative jim ramstad of white lake of the fortyfour 44th district in that the republican representative joins us this after this morning and it's good to have you with us representative all good to be uruguay what was there any particular incidents or a speaker that was denied access or what was it it's led you to start down this road while oh it was botha i would pay we an individual and and polls but also a pattern that has been ongoing where the university of poor over a decade i would say the the one that really was uh have compelled me to do this was uh kellogg community college over or on the western side of the state uh grossed you ever did students from pass now pocket constitutions and the uh and tough them through them in jail uh the irony of that is uh something is your efforts on judo rounding up the constitution and.

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Yeah welcome back has gotten with you on this we wind our way through this final hour of the program and i have the guest travis bar home he's an attorney who surges legal counsel for the alliance defending freedom where he paid plays a key role with their center for academic freedom and that's what we're here to talk about today is a incredibly good piece of news coming out of battle creek michigan how are you sir i'm doing very well thank you for having call now right well you gotta be in a good mood today because this was i think one of the most obscene cases in a long time when it comes to first amendment rights could he give us give us a little of the background indeed frankly outrageous we've ever really heavier corkrum what happened was peril hope for sharing out five the auckland one building but kellogg community college campus near handing out copies of the constitution an athens students you like freedom of liberty and were doing that they were arrested jailed and if charged with trespassing 'cause the incredible to beat the people who were arrested for handing of the very document that guaranteed the right to be staving they're giving out that document exactly and then they were in jail fall day like a couple of hours i it was well over seven hours savoring hail the new think deal halla raises the path whether that were big for seen the other hindi have of the constitution scenario you you uh un entered the picture to represent them um and this is a victory for for all of these young people on college campuses particularly the conservatives who keep getting beaten back in beaten down yeah this is definitely a victory the you don't need with college has been forced to recognize that what he did with long ecology has been forced not to change its policies and to adopt policies that allow students to.

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"In prison for molesting young female athletes judge rose marie aqua dumped nassar had previously been handed a sixty year prison sentence on a child pornography conviction president trump today calling out mayors who boycotted a white house meeting after learning the justice department might subpoena their socalled sanctuary cities unless they improve their cooperating with federal immigration officials a death rate around sanctuary cities in around for innocent americans is unacceptable in the president saying mayors of sanctuary cities were putting the needs of criminal illegal immigrants over law abiding citizens tonight president trump flies to davos switzerland where he'll be attending the world economic forum fox news we report you decide weighin news now i'm dan martin governor rick snyder delivered his eighth and final state of the state address to a joint session of the legislature last night he outlined what he calls several measures of success including manufacturing and private sector jobs from two thousand ten through the first three quarters of 2017 michigan's per capita personal income grew twenty eight percent that ranks us number one for rate of growth in the great lakes states that works out over ten thousand dollars per michigander snyder cannot run for reelection this year due to term limits a college in kowloon county is reached an agreement to resolve a federal lawsuit filed by three people arrested while distributing copies of the us constitution outside of a campus building kellogg community college in battle creek says it has to a financial settlement the plaintiffs said they were arrested in 2016 while talking to students their lawsuit accused the school of violating free speech us immigration officials say a polishborn kalamazoo doctor arrested last week came under scrutiny after eighteen interactions with local law enforcement agencies immigration and customs enforcement arrested lou khazni act last week he had two misdemeanor convictions 25 years ago experts predict that great lakes water levels will rise for a fifth consecutive year the us army corps of engineers says all five lakes should reach above average levels in 2018 continuing a.

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"We report you decide weighin news now i'm dan martin governor rick snyder delivered his eighth and final state of the state address to a joint session of the legislature last night he outlined what he calls several measures of success including manufacturing and private sector jobs from two thousand ten through the first three quarters of 2017 michigan's per capita personal income grew 28 percent that ranks as number one for rate of growth in the great lakes states that works out over ten thousand dollars per michigander snyder cannot run for reelection this year due to term limits a college in kowloon county is reached an agreement to resolve a federal lawsuit filed by three people arrested while distributing copies of the us constitution outside of a campus building kellogg community college in battle creek says it has agree to a financial settlement the plaintiffs said they were arrested in 2016 while talking to students their lawsuit accused the school of violating free speech us immigration officials say a polishborn kalamazoo doctor arrested last week came under scrutiny after eighteen interactions with local law enforcement agencies immigration and customs enforcement arrested lou khazni act last week he had two misdemeanor convictions 25 years ago experts predict that great lakes water levels will rise for a fifth consecutive year the us army corps of engineers says all five lakes should reach above average levels in 2018 continuing a steady recovery from record lows in 2013 lake superior as expected he hit the highest level on record i heard loyd plant radar weather forecast from wam radio cloudy high of twenty nine tonight clouds early clearing later in the night low near 9th team tomorrow thursday mostly sunny high of thirty eight that's why i am news now i'm dan mark non lam talk 1600.

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"To the various guarantees of our first amendment too often all these fundamental principles have been under assault even worse some people who've exercise their first amendment rights have themselves been assaulted as a result those who would curtail free speech have been emboldened in those those who disagree with the prevailing orthodoxy have been censored or chilled from speaking freely there is no point in having a student body on campus if competing ideas are not a changed and analyzed and respected by each other at kellogg community college administrators required prior approval from speech in public forms a twofold violation of the first amendment amazingly students there were arrested for distributing copies of the us constitution their lawsuit against the collagen against its administrators in their personal capacity is pending many students he wrong loosely think in speech that they consider hateful is violent yet some students engage in acts of violence against speech in universities have failed revamp or adequately punish that violence on the university of california berkeley to invited speakers were prevented from speaking due to a mob violence and other projected safety concerns that the universe he failed to control that universities should be reminded of a passage in one of the supreme court's most important first amendment rulings quote if there is any fixed star in our constitutional constellation it is that no official higher patti can prescribe what shall be orthodox in politics and the a lawsuit has been brought the alleges that berkeley has systemically and intentionally suppressed speech protected by first amendment because this viewpoint differs from that of university administrators at middleburg college the eminent scholar dr charles murray was it first shouted down from speaking then when the event was moved students pulled the fire alarm to prevent him from speaking it was that knocked or murray but the students who we venture essentially falsely yelled fire in a crowded theater the middle barry professor who administered who moderated the debate was physically assaulted and has yet to fully recover from her syrian singer injuries it was not a mere handful of the students but a mob rule engaged in.

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on KELO

"With a group of students at kellogg community college out in michigan who wanted to hand out copies of the constitution on campus and that's the constitution the american constitution what happened they were trapping per for handing out copies of the constitution on a public college campus this happened just past year we've been litigating this case uh then and thirdly this is one of of a wine of the cases we've had a number of situations where school have stopped student from having out copies of the constitution on their on campus which ironically of course campaign the the only permission at a student needs to to distribute the crash on their campus which was the first about outta we've seen a habit on on our camp afafter campus kellogg just having to be the place where they were actually arrested for okay what is the alleged rule that they were violating that led to their arrest for handing out the constitution the the alleged violation here's one that i be pretty common unfortunately to wad campuses and of the idea that you can only hand out literature you can also speak an area that are pre approved by the school and before literature or for speech that is permitted by the by the college of the university and hooker the rule here with essentially you can't handle copies of the constitution without getting a permit from the administration and if you do we're going to come across africa you didn't have permission from i had a copy of the founding document of the country uh so that the argument here from the school so they actually have the students arrested they ended up spending several hours in jail for distributing copies of the constitution.

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on WGTK

"Freedom banner is at the very top of the page second case i want to talk about each worse than the one before it young americans for liberty versus kellogg community college because the problem is not just at berkeley people have to understand that very its everywhere it's like spread like kudzu through academia what's going on at kellogg community college or your wrecked and this is not a red state or blue state problem even but it tell our community college in michigan we represent student who were literally arrested for handing out copies of the constitution on a sidewalk on their on catholic university decided that you had to have advanced permission to distribute in kind of literature on campus and that includes the constitution and that these students because they didn't have advance permission to distribute literature on their campus were thing honor on campus so we're in court right now fighting against the school that evidently think that has the right to be able to require people not to to distribute the constitution kc always somebody makes a decision i know we we read about story but inevitably there's an individual who said arrest those kids have you found that individual yet and and are they even literate we have a direct we have it all in video there's been one of the advantages of the uh the the modern world these students or capturing incident on videos there actually got her website unfair freedom dot org and look for the color case you can actually see the incident on video i'm not only the arrest of the administrator who said well the reason we have to her arrest these student because uh we have to stop eastern from being able to do this is because uh other people will find themselves stopped on the way to class and that denied them an actor or an education because they're going to be asked a question uh and so that would be they'll be denying them access to an education it's really binding.

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Freedom banner is at the very top of the page second case i want to talk about each worse than the one before it young americans for liberty russia's kellogg community college because the problem is not just at berkeley people have to understand that very its everywhere it's like spread like kudzu through academia what's going on at kellogg community college we agree this is not a red theater a blue state problem even but a telecommunications in michigan we represent student who were literally arrested for handing out copies of the constitution on a sidewalk on their own catholic university decided that you had had advance permission to distribute to literature on campus and that included the the constitution and that these students because they didn't have advanced permission to distribute literature on their campus were offering traffic on the wrong campus uh so we're in court right now are fighting against the school that evidently think that has the right to require people not to to distribute the constitution casey always somebody make the decision and you know we we read about story but inevitably there's an individual who said arrest those kids have you found that individual yet and uh and are they even literate we have a direct we have it all one of the advantages of the modern world the students or capturing on video could actually be good her website freedom dot org and look for the color case you can actually see the incident on video analogy your left at the administrator who said well the reason we have to her arrest eastern because uh bring me up after stopping students from being able to do this because uh other people will find themselves stopped on the way to class and that denied them an actor through an education because you're going to be asking a question uh and that would be they'll be denying them access to an education it's really annoying in fact the minutes of the.

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"For having me on it's a great pleasure okay this has to do with a group of students at kellogg community college out in michigan who wanted to hand out copies of the constitution on campus and that's the constitution the the american constitution what happened they were trapping per for handing out copies of the constitution on a public college campus this happened just past year we've been litigating this case uh dan and thirdly this is one of uh of a line of vacate whose we've had a number of situation where school have stopped student from having out copies have become the truce on their on campus which ironically of course campaign b the only permission at a student aid to uh to distribute the crash on their campus which was the first about abba we've seen that happen on on our campus after campus tell others having could be the place where they were actually arrested predict uh okay if out what is the the alleged rule that they were violating that led to their arrest for handing out the constitution the the alleged violation here's one that uh is pretty common unfortunately kuwata campuses this idea that you can only hand out literature you can also speak in areas that are preapproved by the school uh and horror literature or for speech that is permitted by the by be college or the university and further the rule here will eventually you can't handle copies of the constitution without getting a permit from the administration and if you do we're going to calm across africa you didn't have permission from us they have our and out copies of the founding document of the country uh so that that's the argument here from the school so they actually have a students arrested babe end up spending a federal hours in jail for distributing copies of the constitution.

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on WGTK

"Of students at kellogg community college out in michigan who wanted to hand out copies of the constitution on campus and that's the constitution the american constitution what happened up they were trapping per for handing out copies of the constitution on a public college campus this happened just past year we've been litigating this case uh been emphatically this is one of uh of a line of the cases we've had a number of situations where school have stopped student from handing out copies of the constitution on their on campus which ironically of course campaign b the only permission of the students need to uh to distribute the crash on their campus which with the first of outta we've seen that happen on on campus after campus kellogg just happens to be the place where they were actually arrested predict uh okay if out what is the the alleged rule that they were violating that led to their arrest for handing out the constitution the the alleged violation here's one that i is pretty common unfortunately to wad of campuses and if this idea that you can only hand out literature you can also speak in areas that are pre approved by the school uh and horford literature or her speech that is permitted by the by the college of the university and so the the rule here with finchley you can't handle copy of the constitution without getting a permit from the administration and if you do we're going to call that trust path because you didn't have permission from i i had a copy of the founding document of the country uh so that the argument here from the school so they actually have the students arrested they end up spending a third hours in jail for distributing copies of the constitution on their own capital okay i i i this is.

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Of students at kellogg community college out in michigan who wanted to hand out copies of the constitution on campus and that's the constitution the american constitution what happened they were trapping per for handing out copies of the constitution on a public college campus this happened just this past year we've been litigating this case then in february the food one of uh of a wine of the cases we've had a number of situations where school have stopped student from handing out copies of the constitution on their on campus which ironically of course campaign the the only permission to the students need to have to distribute the cost your summer campus which was the first about are we female have it on on campus after campus telegu fabrics have you the place where they were actually arrested for differ okay if out what is the alleged rule that they were violating that led to their arrest for handing out the constitution the the alleged violation here's one that i do pretty common unfortunately tawab campuses and of the idea that you can only hand out literature you can also speak in areas that are preapproved by the school and horror literature or for speech that is permitted by by the college of the university and further the rule here will eventually you can't handle copy of the constitution without getting a permit from the administration and if you do we're going to call that trust africa you didn't have permission from us they have had a copy of the founding document of the country so that that the argument here from the school for they actually have the students arrested they ended up spending several hours in jail for distributing copies of the constitution.

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"kellogg community college" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"kellogg community college" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I thought water yawns have been here in our in ardy met somebody i know a turnaround waved at the car of i think they were waving back with one finger but would that showed me is these people may have different ideas or a different upbringing than than i had a mrs mistrust and articulated a threshold for a reasonable expectation whether something is hate speech weather's protected or not mr lawrence she said it was maybe the threshold should be reasonable expectation to their would instill fear or violence of fear of violence or harm is that would you like to in less than thirty seconds if you could sort of articulate the standard of what might be protected and what might not yet i think that the press russ in an iron roughly the same place on this i would just focus more as we often do in the criminal law on the intent of the actor so was it behavior that was intended to threaten or intimidate not to confound not to trumbull not to raise new opinions right to threaten or to intimidate okay i've got a document here humane a recognizes the constitution and the declaration of independence if if i brandished this mr lawrence in your presence are you intimidated disease strike fear in your heart do you think that harm may come to you very soon i think it is actually much safer than crossing the street and cream beach message i would agree but uh the administrators at the kellogg community college don't they arrested students for handing out a constitution.

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