Aquavelvajad In the Big Apple
Michelle Malkin is rounding up coverage and tracking all the latest goings on with Mahmoud's petulant little field trip, including Power Line's apt acknowledgment of the rare Columbian voice of reason that is Glenn Hubbard.
The University's decision to invite Mr. Ahmadinejad to speak on campus and to engage in a dialogue with our students and faculty has polarized our community. Some would argue that a University should be a place of intellectual freedom and open debate, but others including me argue that Mr. Ahmadinejad, who is responsible for the death of American soldiers, denies the Holocaust, and calls for the destruction of Israel, has proven himself incapable of engaging in a true and honest academic discussion.
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