UCLA profs try to stop Dennis Prager from conducting symphony



By Stephen Frank

You are not allowed to speak at UCLA if you are a conservative.  You can not hand out literature, such as the Constitution if you are a conservative.  Want to serve as an outreach director for student government—no Jews allowed. Now an effort is underway to stop a conservative from conducting a symphony on campus, claiming Dennis Prager is a bigot.

“A public letter signed by four members of the Santa Monica Symphony, including UCLA professors Michael Chwe and Andrew Apter, urges readers not to attend the August 16 concert, even implying that the signatories will personally refuse to participate.

“It is now necessary to prevent conservatives from appearing even when not speaking “Please urge your friends to not attend this concert, which helps normalize bigotry in our community,” the professors plead, calling Prager “a right-wing radio host who promotes horribly bigoted positions” and adding that he “is not a trained conductor and there is no musical rationale for his participation.”

These professors are getting your tax dollars—imagine what they are teaching!  Think UCLA is a safe place for conservatives or thinking liberals in the vein of JFK?  Did I mention they have segregated dorms for black students—at the request of the black students—bigotry is rampant on this campus and the professors just hate Jews and white people?

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Stephen Frank: Is the the publisher and editor of the California Political News and Views.  Mr. Frank speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows and is a full time political consultant. http://capoliticalnews.com/

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William Hicks

I’ve never been at a “Concert” before but this might be worth attending.