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More than 100 active, retired faculty, staff support Guth's "right of free speech"

killing of kids is the whole point here! you defend freedom of speech sp much yet dont feel anything for anyone he may have offended or scared on campus... wish he had responded to 1000's of requests to defend himself and his actions but he instead has chose to hide and refuse to face anyone. the safety of students and the campus comes before freedom of ignorance and possibly putting people in danger. he will never teach at ku again. he can take his tenure (because you think this is like a free pass to be stupid) and teach at a juco... it has happen at other schools and ku should be no different!

October 4, 2013 at 2:13 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

More than 100 active, retired faculty, staff support Guth's "right of free speech"

can you please read your comments on this thread and read your own words... you claim others are too attached yet feel the need to make people feel stupid... my guess is that your a friend or relative of this man and feel the need to stand up and defend his right to say anything he wants. facts are that you can't! I want him to be held accountable,,, he fails to comprehend the depth of his ignorant comments and you fail to see any view besides freedom of speech. should members of the westboro baptist church be allowed to teach? guessing you would have an issue with that... I hope someday you can remove yourself from the relationship you have with this man and see that there are consequences for posting things about wanting a certain groups children to die. you have failed to respond to any questions, or made any effort to justify keeping him other than "he shouldn't lose everything" blah blah blah.... he is not losing everything, he is losing his job... wish you and him the best of luck and hope he finds peace in his life other than wanting certain children to be victims of a mass shooting... good luck!

October 4, 2013 at 11:28 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

More than 100 active, retired faculty, staff support Guth's "right of free speech"

Voevoda... You have posted all day apologizing because people aren't on your level of blind praise for a professor who's job it is to teach kids! Not push a personal political belief! Your arrogant responses show you could care less about what he said or any of the students, faculty, or people he offended by his ignorance! People have been fired from plenty of jobs because of actions on social media and as much as you claim to know, I would think you would know that... Being a tenured professor should make him more accountable! I do not support the threats made against him! That being said, he should not be allowed back in a classroom. He can take his death wishes and leave. Who gets blamed if something did happen? Him? The man wished NRA members children murdered! That is someone who should not be teaching anywhere PERIOD! Your arrogance to ignore what he said and hide behind his right to say it is ridiculous...

October 3, 2013 at 10:54 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

More than 100 active, retired faculty, staff support Guth's "right of free speech"

What about hoping the next victims of a mass shooting is dear to your heart? I never said I was against freedom of speech! I said you can say whatever you want. I also stated plain as day that when you speak you have to be adult enough to own it and pay the consequences! You do not have the freedom to just say anything you want with zero consequences. You cant just go off on your boss without being fired, you can't say anything you want to a lot of people, and you damn sure can't wish dead children because of your political beliefs! I own a gun, I'm for background checks, and I'm for people not being allowed to teach anything when they wish the children of certain groups dead in a mass shooting... Explain to me how that tweet was an expression of an idea? What if a student was a member of the NRA and had a child, parents were members? He easily could of wished one of his own students dead! That's not expression of an idea.... That's ignorance!

October 3, 2013 at 8:14 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

More than 100 active, retired faculty, staff support Guth's "right of free speech"

Oh Lawrence.... Defending the 1st and wanting to abolish the 2nd. He has the right to say whatever he wants! He also has to live with the consequences of shooting his mouth off to the world and in a way hoping others children die in a mass shooting! He should be fired, he should apologize, and he should move on with his life...

October 3, 2013 at 5:32 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Armored vehicle, recently bought by Lawrence police with federal grant, appearing on city streets

Why haven't the angry citizens said a word about where the money came from yet? I don't think anyone really wants an APC rolling through the city but this is not something to freak out about. Here's a few reasons why... Only your federal tax dollars were spent on this so you can blame Obama and his administration (local tax dollars are spent on gas to parade it around town...), unfortunately Lawrence has a drug and crime problem that some people just ignore, and wouldn't it be better to be proactive versus reactive.... If this vehicle saves one life it is worth it! Hopefully we just see it in parades.

August 14, 2013 at 7:44 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

KU chancellor to get $60,000 pay raise funded through KU Endowment Association

Based off the drop in enrollment or what? Pay cuts are in order!

June 20, 2013 at 2:18 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

U.S. Supreme Court strikes down voter registration law similar to the one in Kansas

In other news... Another voter fraud case in Indiana involving Obama and Clinton Primary in 2008 comes out today... Shocking how liberals are against it yet the cases keep involving liberals. Very interesting indeed!

June 18, 2013 at 4:41 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

U.S. Supreme Court strikes down voter registration law similar to the one in Kansas

How can that happen if people can't even register or show ID without complaining! Your taking a simple thing and making it a dramatic intrusive process for shock value.

June 17, 2013 at 4:40 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

U.S. Supreme Court strikes down voter registration law similar to the one in Kansas

It is not about winning or losing. It's about a simple process that needs to happen in this country. It wont be an issue to liberals until they become a victim of it! Then it will be the Koch brothers or some giant conspiracy.

June 17, 2013 at 4:06 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

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