Opposing opinions verboten
Full disclosure: I attended California State University at Los Angeles (It was called a college then) and obtained my bachelors degree there in 1970. In fact, my major was Police Science and Administration. The Vietnam war was still going and we had a few campus protests, but not to the extent of other larger schools. Cal State LA was basically a commuter school, so most students came to class and took off when class was over.
I remember we had a crusty old retired LAPD guy teaching one of my classes. During one of the protests, he told us he had a gun and if anyone tried to storm his class, they would get shot. A few years later, I heard he ate said gun (shot himself).
But that was the old days. Now my alma mater has a liberal character running around campus getting in the faces of the few conservative students who dare tread at Dear Old Cal State LA. His name is Robert Weide, and we recently heard about his objection to conservative pundit Ben Shapiro speaking on campus. Now it seems he has pulled a Mireille Miller-Young act when he saw a young lady putting up a poster he didn't agree with. The College Fix has the funny, yet troubling report on this man's odd behavior.
This, Ladies and Gentlemen is what is teaching our children.