Malkin has an item which tells you all you need to know.
A professor at Northern Kentucky University said she invited students in one of her classes to destroy an anti-abortion display on campus Wednesday evening.
NKU police are investigating the incident, in which 400 crosses were removed from the ground near University Center and thrown in trash cans. The crosses, meant to represent a cemetery for aborted fetuses, had been temporarily erected last weekend by a student Right to Life group with permission from NKU officials.
Sally Jacobsen, a longtime professor in NKU's literature and language department, said the display was dismantled by about nine students in one of her graduate-level classes.
"I did, outside of class during the break, invite students to express their freedom-of-speech rights to destroy the display if they wished to," Jacobsen said.
Asked whether she participated in pulling up the crosses, the professor said, "I have no comment."
She said she was infuriated by the display
Of course, the picture of the professor PERSONALLY destroying the sign might give the lie to her "...no comment" comment.
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She's your typical feminist who's mad at the world because she's so unattractive.
If destruction is her kind of freedom of speech, so be it. Then perhaps someone should smack her a couple of times to protest her.
(I'm only kidding...although I wouldn't mind if someone actually did it.)
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