• jaguar717

    I guess for “progressives”, ideas like “tolerance” only apply when you agree with their politics. When your ideas are so great that they have to be mandatory, and any dissenting view must be shouted down, maybe it’s time to reconsider your stance…

  • ye boi

    “Oh no someone is exercising their right to free speech we must stop them at all cost!” – pc crowd

  • M.A.G.A

    This is a direct effect of PC culture stifling so called “hate speech” can only lead to stop free speech. Grow up college students!! you are the future!!

  • Gerald

    I am against inviting Milo Yiannopoulos to DePaul University because I am a selfish coward, a sanctimonious hypocrite, and a malicious, self-righteous person who reacts emotionally to ideas without ever understanding them. Though I have never read a word of Yiannopoulos’s journalism and have never listened to a word of his speeches with understanding, I have a very strong feeling that I might disagree with them and therefore no one should be allowed to listen to the man speak.

    I respond to ideas that I feel that I might not like with calls for the suppression of those ideas, with baseless personal accusations, and with mindless outbursts of rage.

    I am a sanctimonious idiot and therefore no one at DePaul University should be allowed to listen to Milo Yiannopoulos speak.

  • Me

    I hope that the DePaul administration recognizes that the university’s enrollment is declining for three reasons:

    a.) The Chalkening

    b.) The ridiculous idea that Milo Yiannopoulos’s very presence on campus is an act of “violence.”

    c.) The dregs of political correctness that have been lifted to the surface because of these two scandals.

  • Petergraf

    DePaul is mostly liberal hipster faggots who gives a fuck burn it to the ground