Knoxville schools bar mild-mannered prof from talking about sharia
Prof. Bill Warner confronts Knoxville public school opinion enforcement rules that prevent him from speaking publicly about sharia — or Mohammedan — law to students. State universities such as UTC are joining the trend to “licensing” speech, according to today’s Times Free Press, an ill omen as prospects for national political and economic crises grow. Four minutes.
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