Marquette Mandate: Sunday’s Comic

Supreme Court Rules For McAdams, Academic Freedom
WDI News Services

ON Friday, the Wisconsin Supreme Court delivered a clear victory to Marquette University professor, Dr. John McAdams. McAdams was indefinitely suspended by Marquette for a controversial blog post e published nearly four years ago.

McAdams was represented by the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty. The Institute fought to have Marquette University reinstate McAdams.

The Wisconsin Supreme Court, in a decision written by Justice Dan Kelly, found that Professor McAdams’ blog post in defense of an undergraduate student – and criticizing a graduate student instructor – could not possibly have shown him to be unfit as a member of Marquette’s faculty, and Marquette’s decision to fire him violated its contractual promise to protect his academic freedom….

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2 Comments on "Marquette Mandate: Sunday’s Comic"

  1. MARQUETTE, WHERE ACADEMIC FREEDOM IS COURT ORDERED AND THE JESUIT UNIVERSITY RAISES HOLY HELL.

  2. The Oracle of Tucson | July 8, 2018 at 9:42 pm |

    Nice, if his comments were leftest leaning in nature he’d been given a raise, but instead the Marquette University thought police shoved a jack up his ass and called it a raise.
    I always find it funny that the self appointed gate keeper guardians of “diversity” are always the first to attack anyone and anything outside of thier own enlightened point of view.

    The Oracle

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