Thursday, September 18, 2003


If you're interested in the Rasmussen weblog case, you can hardly do much better than to read the Hoosier Review. Zach Wendling comments on a report that one suggested remedy is for "pro-diversity" speakers to visit business classes.
Much of the animosity toward Prof. Rasmusen's comments centered on the fact that discussions of homosexuals have nothing to do with business or the professor's research, and therefore had no place on his personal home page, which the university pays for. So why is it appropriate to bring pro-diversity speakers, who will also presumably speak on homosexuals, into business classes? The bottom line is that it is ok to discuss non-germane topics so long as it fits the political correctness agenda.