05 March, 2009

Professor Paula Anderson - Enemy of the Republic

Prof calls cops when student mentions guns in speech
'If you can’t talk about the 2nd Amendment, what happened to the 1st Amendment?'
Posted: March 04, 2009
11:40 pm Eastern

© 2009 WorldNetDaily

A professor at a Connecticut school has sparked controversy by calling police when a student talked about the Second Amendment during a class speech.

The report comes from the Recorder, a newspaper at Central Connecticut State University, which cited the case of student John Wahlberg.

The student was fulfilling an assignment for his Communications 140 class that required him to discuss a "relevant issue in the media" when he and two other students on a team chose to talk about school violence, including recent events such as the 2007 shootings that left nearly three dozen people dead at Virginia Tech University.

Wahlberg made the point during his Oct. 3, 2008, class presentation that if students were allowed to carry concealed weapons on campus, the violence could have been stopped earlier. He discussed the concept of college campus gun-free zones.

That evening, the Recorder said, Wahlberg got a call from campus police officers who "requested" his presence at their station. When he arrived, officers listed firearms that were registered to him and asked him where they were.

Apparently his professor, Paula Anderson, had filed a campus police department complaint about his speech. Police officers reported she said students were "scared and uncomfortable" during his presention.
Well Paula, what do you have to say for yourself?


We will hear NOTHING from you!


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