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  •  Who's 'defending" it? It's a simple matter of (2+ / 0-)
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    private property issues.  It doesn't matter if I like it or not...I personally would never attend a Catholic university because my core beliefs and theirs don't work well together.  So guess what?  I went to a university that held my same beliefs and had rules I could successfully live by. I didn't go to a school that had rules and views that went against my core values, however the students in this case did just that.  They chose a school that had certain rules and certain core beliefs and wonder why they can't break those rules without getting in trouble.  Well, the answer is that the student made the mistake by choosing that school. The school has every legal right to impose rules, whatever they may be, because it is a private school.  It is as simple as that.  

    Whatever the hell you mean by this, I have no clue:

    Amazing how, almost every thread I go on lately, most of the people who are defending this particular conservative policy or the great legacy of Margaret Thatcher happen to be RKBA people.
    I have never typed a word about Margaret Thatcher, she is no hero of mine, and my views on gun rights have zero to do with this conversation.

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