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Wisconsin Supreme Court sides with fired conservative professor
07/06/18 at 15:05:34
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Wisconsin Supreme Court sides with fired conservative professor
By Caleb Parke, Ruth Ravve | Fox News


A conservative political science professor who sued Marquette University after the Milwaukee Jesuit school terminated him for blogging about gay marriage won his case Friday in the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

The high court ruled that Marquette University should immediately reinstate former political science professor John McAdams, finding that the college failed to give him the academic freedom he is guaranteed under his contract.

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Re: Wisconsin Supreme Court sides with fired conservative professor
Reply #1 - 07/17/18 at 18:44:11
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Unfortunately, at most higher centers of indoctrination, the only people who get "freedom" of thought are the leftist professors. They want to silence everyone else. It is disgusting how colleges have become nothing more than liberal and marxist indoctrination centers. There is no more higher learning happening in college.
  

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Re: Wisconsin Supreme Court sides with fired conservative professor
Reply #2 - 08/10/18 at 18:27:10
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Great News! I am politically Conservative and yet I want to get into academia. I have always been afraid of not being able to, because of my politics. Hopefully, this will start a movement that makes it clearly illegal to block me or any other conservative from Professorship.
  
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