Human Exceptionalism

“Don’t Tase Me, Bro” Delays Kevorkian Speech

The altercation at a John Kerry speech resulting in the now world famous plea, “Don’t tase me, Bro,” has led to a delay in Kevorkian’s $50,000 speech from October to January. Apparently the university wants to improve security.

Since the matter has come up: While I utterly detest Kevorkian and believe that his invitation to speak at a respectable university continues the country’s unfortunate love affair with outlaws, when he appears, Kevorkian must not be molested, shouted down, or otherwise harassed, threatened,

or intimidated in any way. There is far too much of that kind of mob tyranny already at universities. But he should be challenged about his desire to experiment on people, take the organs from assisted suicide victims, and other matters demonstrating his ghoulish nature (as illustrated by the painting on the right side of this post), and about which I wrote here.

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