Monday, December 12, 2016

California rep pushes bill requiring rape charges to appear on college transcripts

According to MIC, Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) has moved to push a law called the “Safe Transfer Act” that would make having been accused of rape during your time in college appear on your transcripts. Speier believes this will help to put a stop campus sexual assault.

“Universities and colleges are perfectly willing to include academic infractions like plagiarism on students’ records, yet students who have committed sexual assault can walk away from campus with a clean academic bill of health,” Speier said in a statement, BuzzFeed reported.
She said the discrepancy reveals that schools take plagiarism more seriously than they do sexual assault, a veritable epidemic on college campuses across the country.
“My bill will ensure that students who try to transfer schools to avoid the consequences of their violent acts will, at a minimum, face the same consequences as students who transfer because they’ve cheated on an exam,” Speier said.

However, laws like this — which have already been passed in states like New York and Virginia — have been known to punish both guilty and innocent alike. As Ashe Schow noted in her article at the Washington Examiner, the accused — usually men — are guilty until proven innocent.

And the narrative being pushed by activists has been one of black and white, good and evil. According to them, accusers, mostly women, always tell the absolute truth, and the accused, almost universally men, are awful even if proven innocent. That double-standard has led to policies that treat accused students as guilty-until-proven-innocent. These policies also have to carve out special provisions that ensure accusers are innocent of sexual assault even when both parties would have a reasonable claim.

With the passage of this law, that guilty verdict sans-verdict will follow a student around, even if he’s proven innocent.


It looks like another misandrist that is trying to destroy the lives of young men on college and university campuses nationwide. Let's contact our Congressional Representative and the Speaker of the House and let them know to oppose this monstrosity. The more of us they hear from better.

Labels: , , , , ,

Sunday, December 4, 2016

Let's tell Donald Trump to dismantle Dear Colleague

I was at the Community Of The Wrongly Accused or COTWA and I was reading how Donald Trump is going to dismantle the Office of Civil Rights division of the Department Of Education. A lot of publications and organizations are bringing this to the forefront. Among them are Inside Higher Ed,Weekly Standard,Buzz Feed and Vox. This is a good thing if you are an MRA or you actually care about due process for the accused. I thank them for bring these issues to the forefront so the rest of country and planet can see what goes on at America's Universities and Colleges. Contacting Senators Lamar Alexander and James Lankford was a good idea. They are pressing on this with the tenacity of a pit bull. Congress has the power to yank the DOE's funding and with the Republicans running Congress that is a safe bet. Donald Trump has a Twitter account so let's contact him there and let him know what we think on this subject.

Labels: , , , , , , , ,