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If you follow me on Twitter (@NJudah), then you know that I just spent a week speaking at the Alan Dershowitz Free Speech Summit in Boston. I had a great time on that trip, and hope to return soon.

I’ve had the honor of meeting and talking with many great people over the past five days. I’m particularly grateful to the festival organizers, and to the many members of the audience, for inviting me, and for making my stay a special experience. While there were many amazing speakers and events, I think the most interesting part of the week was the opportunity to hear from some of the people I admire most in the world of politics, religion, and philosophy. (Here are links to the Facebook and Twitter conversations I engaged in during the trip). Here’s a little summary of my favorite highlights of the week: Continue reading →

My first post on the web for a while will be a bit longer than usual. I’ll be discussing the history of free speech in America, and why we must encourage our universities to protect students’ First Amendment rights, even in cases when those rights conflict with the interests of the university. This is a crucial topic for Americans, since the Supreme Court’s majority decision in the recent Knight case suggests that universities have the right to expel students who fail to support the right of their peers to be free from speech they find offensive.

You’ll probably want to go straight to my bottom line: the First Amendment trumps all other considerations — including those of free speech’s opponents.

Not long ago, we saw all of this play out at the University of California, Berkeley. After the right wing journalist Milo Yiannopolis was scheduled to