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Calvin Freiburger

Campus Thought Police: Opposition to Homosexuality Doesn’t Exist

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Posted on July 12 2010 5:00 pm
Hailing from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, Calvin Freiburger is a political science major at Hillsdale College. He also writes for the Hillsdale Forum and his personal website, Calvin Freiburger Online.

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Being force-fed a single side of the story is only half of the problem with classroom indoctrination; the other half is silencing the other side. At Chicago Now, Emily Zanotti has a simply unreal story about a professor who was fired for discussing the Catholic Church’s teaching on homosexuality—in a class about the Catholic Church’s teachings:

Howell, who taught Introduction to Catholicism and Modern Catholic Thought, says he was fired at the end of the spring semester after sending an e-mail explaining some Catholic beliefs to his students preparing for an exam.

“Natural Moral Law says that Morality must be a response to REALITY,” he wrote in the e-mail. “In other words, sexual acts are only appropriate for people who are complementary, not the same.”

An unidentified student sent an e-mail to religion department head Robert McKim on May 13, calling Howell’s e-mail “hate speech.” The student claimed to be a friend of the offended student. The writer said in the e-mail that his friend wanted to remain anonymous.

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