Congress’ Rotten Idea for Fighting Anti-Semitism

Thank you, NY Post. I don't often agree with you, but your author, Jacob Sullum, has boldly told the truth to our  United States Senate with these words:

Last week, the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act of 2016, a k a S. 10, was introduced in the Senate, read three times, and approved by unanimous consent without debate or amendment — all on one day. 


S. 10, introduced by Sens. Tim Scott (R-SC) and Robert Casey Jr. (D-Pa.), codifies a controversial State Department definition of anti-Semitism that includes one-sided criticism of Israel and opposition to Zionism.Last year, the University of California declined to adopt that definition based on concerns that it would violate the First Amendment by deterring pro-Palestinian activism.

Again, thank you Jacob! Please read the link above to Jacob's article to fully understand what is at stake with the colleges and this very evil law.  Jacob Sullum is a Jerusalem-based editor at Reason magazine and a syndicated columnist.


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