FAST FIVE: Texas Is About To Make Sex Jokes On Campus A Criminal Offense

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Republican lawmakers seem to have a better grip than their Democratic colleagues on the inherent censorship of so-called free speech zones and viewpoint-based security fees.

David French of National Review counted eight states that have passed campus free-speech bills in less than six months, most recently Texas.

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, which French used to lead, added another concern: failure to specify an enforcement mechanism, whether for individuals or the state attorney general.

Ask the most easily offended person on campus.

There is a long list of decisions where courts have found policies unconstitutional because they lacked an objective offensiveness component.

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