VIDEO: McAdams discusses roots of PC intolerance on campus
- In an exclusive interview, conservative professor John McAdams discusses the current climate of politically correct repression on college campuses, tracing the phenomenon back to the radical liberal protests of the 1960's.
- McAdams was suspended by Marquette University for a post on his personal blog criticizing another instructor for barring students from discussing gay marriage in class because it would be "homophobic" to oppose the concept.
- McAdams has challenged the punishment in court, and the case is currently being heard by the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Professor John McAdams is at the forefront of the battle over free expression on college campuses, having been suspended by Marquette University for a post on his personal blog.
McAdams remains on indefinite suspension because he has refused to make a public acknowledgment of “guilt” for writing a blog post criticizing another instructor for telling students not to dispute the propriety of gay marriage in class because it would be “homophobic” to express opposition to the concept.