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Boot camps for the right wing on campuses?

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Submitted by Catmann (United States), Jun 25, 2011 at 03:13

I agree that free speech is necessary for a live debate on campus. Unfortunately the truth is that campuses are filled with leftists and Islamists that have engaged in intimidation of those who wish to express a contrary view to the Muslim narrative. That's why David Horowitz, Pamela Geller, Michael Oren and others have been denied access to campuses or have had to have extreme security measures to express their views. Your words are absurd since it is the Muslims and their fellow travelers who want to establish boot camps in furtherance of their Jihad.

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