Background: A philosophy professor at Wisconsin’s Marquette University (annual tuition and fees: $24,000) told her class that gay marriage was an unacceptable debate topic in her class because there was only one correct opinion on gay marriage, and expressing any other opinion was hate speech.
A political science professor by the name of John McAdams got wind of this and blogged about it. In the spirit of academic freedom and tolerance… the University suspended him and barred him from campus.
A tenured Marquette University political science professor has been officially barred from campus and suspended for writing a blog post criticizing a philosophy instructor who refused to allow a conservative student to debate the topic of gay marriage in her classroom.
The suspended professor, John McAdams, received a letter on Tuesday from Richard Holz, the dean of the Wisconsin school, informing him of his suspension. […]
According to McAdams, Abbate told the student that topics like gay marriage would not be discussed because gay students might find it offensive and because, she said, “you don’t have a right in this class to make homophobic comments.”
Expressing an opinion contrary to the opinion of a leftist is now officially defined as harassment.