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University of Texas Faculty Protests Against Campus Carry
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://keepandbeararms.com

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More than 150 University of Texas faculty have said they will refuse to allow guns in their classrooms after the passing of campus carry legislation earlier this year.

According to The Daily Texan, the faculty signed a petition circulating on social media and plan to hold a rally on Oct. 1.
 

Comment by: jac (9/29/2015)
The faculty doesn't make or enforce the law.

Concealed carry is concealed. Carry anyway. Someone needs to get flunked for concealed carry, and then the lawsuits can begin.

By the way, in 1968 at Penn State university, I was flunked in an engineering class when I challenged a professor's anti-gun diatribe in a class, presented my own statistics and challenged him to backup his statistics with references.

I got a 30 % on the first exam where partial credit was given, but I didn't get any partial credit. Reading the writing on the wall, I quit going to class.

I couldn't drop the course without losing my draft deferment so had to take an F.


 

Comment by: jac (9/29/2015)
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As proof that I should not have been failed, I got an A the same semester in the associated 1 credit lab, taught by a grad student and got an A when I retook the course with a different professor.

Back then the professors had a lot more power and control and one had little recourse. That is changed today with the internet.

Even 47 years ago there were liberal hoplophobic professors with zero integrity that would flunk a student for standing up for his rights.

Let the fun begin.
 

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