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No Kidding . . .

October 17, 2017

In a blog post on the Chronicle of Higher Education's website, Jacques Berlinerblau, director of the Program for Jewish Civilization at Georgetown University, writes:

Readers of this blog know that I can be very critical of the Religious Right but let me be clear that in my experience attempts to silence dialogue on campus typically, though not in every case, emanate from the radical Left.

Confirmation of reality from a somewhat unexpected source.

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