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According to an post
published on Greensboro101.com and on a post
on the Student-Customer Rights Campaign, UNC-Wilmington professor and Town Hall columnist
Mike Adams has joined in support of students being punished for violating UNCG's unconstitutional free speech zones.
Mike Adams (pictured left) has, in the past, been a foe to the LGBTQA students and student group on the campus of UNCG Most people would think of me as being crazy for agreeing with him on something, but oh well... I've already done that sort of thing when I appointed the former College Republican representative to be my Chairman Pro Tempore in the Student Senate Legislative Committee.
Although Mike Adams and I might part ways when it comes down to LGBTQA issues, we still both agree that what the UNCG Administration is doing is wrong and unconstitutional
Now I am pretty sure that I am taking a big risk in associating my more conservative-minded self with the likes of Mike Adams. The man is seen as a bigot and a homophobe within the campus LGBTQ community (well, at least by the people who actually have heard about his past UNCG struggles).
It only makes sense that I would agree with him on this issue and any other more consrvative-minded person... because I am more conservative in my outlook on a lot of subjects. My outlook on LGBT Equality may be quite liberal leaning, but that doesn't mean my mind isn't just as complex and contradictory as any other's.
So, a labeled "bigot" and "homophobe" agrees with a labeled "gay activist" and "advocate"... Even the greatest of foes will eventually agree on something
To read more about Mike Adams' support read posts at Greenbsoro101.com
and at the Student-Customer Rights Campaign @ UNCG
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