Falwell, Catholic school find common ground

Monday, April 18, 2011
By Frank Lockwood

Liberty University, founded by Jerry Falwell, made headlines recently. So did LaSalle University.

The reason?

Media censorship on campus.

But the move backfired at the Catholic School.

It also boomeranged at Liberty.

In 2011, it’s hard to suppress real news. Clumsy attempts at censorship are likely to backfire.

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  1. José

    “…the conservative college [Liberty University] got more government cash than NPR last year.”
    Will we hear howls of protest about taxpayer money being spent inappropriately? I can hardly wait for Rush and Beck to weigh in.


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