Here is a summary of a story on Liberal Suppression of an argument made by a Student at Marquette University in support of heterosexual marriage. The student was accused of homophobia and told to drop the class. Professor McAdams defendded the student's right to speak his views. Now McAdams has been suspended and will probably be fired.
This is only one of many examples of liberal suppression and punishment of any dissenting views on college campuses.
Question: What is a "reasonable" limitation of free speech in an academic environment?
In the fall of 2014, junior faculty member Cheryl Abbate told a student, who secretly recorded the exchange, that his defense of man-woman marriage was an unacceptable topic in her ethics class and compared his views to racism. She said, “You can have whatever opinions you want but I can tell you right now, in this class homophobic comments, racist comments, and sexist comments will not be tolerated.” And then she told the student he should drop the class.
On this very popular blog, Professor McAdams outed the incident and charged the teaching assistant with “using a tactic typical among liberals now. Opinions with which they disagree are not merely wrong, and are not to be argued against on their merits, but are deemed ‘offensive’ and need to be shut up.”