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Should radicals be allowed to speak at GSU?
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Could we allow the money changers and dove sellers that had their tables and chairs physically overturned and thrown about (Matthew 21:12-13) by Jesus to speak at the Rotunda to share their personal experiences with what it was like to have their legal businesses physically assaulted by Jesus? What about Joseph Smith (one-time presidential candidate who claimed to have found some buried golden tablets written in Reformed Egyptian — a language that no one has seen or heard of before or since?) speaking at the Union? John Adams at Hanner, anybody?
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