Profs Oppose Naming School for Scalia Because He Was Too Radical

Profs Oppose Naming School for Scalia Because He Was Too Radical

Profs Oppose Naming School for Scalia Because He Was Too Radical

Despite the $30 million donation given to George Mason University to further legal education and to name its law school after the late conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the radical professors at GMU vehemently oppose the idea because they feel Scalia was a polarizing figure and too often "enacted direct harms to many in our student body, especially students of color, women, and LGBT students."

But what about these professors at the publicly funded Virginia university? What about their beliefs? Are their views any less "polarizing" than Scalia's? Thankfully, PJ Media took a look at several of them and exposed their radical ideologies.

Virginia's tax dollars are funding some rather polarizing professors, as it turns out. Here are a couple:

Gee, you'd never guess from looking at them that they are social justice warrior (SJW) academics.

The leader of the Scalia opposition, Craig Willse, is an adviser for GMU's Students Against Israeli Apartheid. His bio states that his scholarship “is informed by his political work outside the academy,” which has included “community organizing around housing access, social movements for trans justice and prison abolition, and queer anarchist anti-war activism.” If you're unclear on how queer anarchist anti-war activism differs from run-of-the-mill anti-war activism, you'll have to take his class, because we couldn't tell you.

 

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