Save Riley’s Farm
Over the years, Riley’s Farm has introduced millions of students to American history by “living it” for a few hours. Students get to see 18th century British soldiers, 49ers, and Civil War camp life. They act out the parts as though they were participants in the great conflicts of our past.
In late August of 2018 a public school teacher in Corona, California decided all that had to be “cancelled.“
She didn’t like owner James Riley’s take on Stormy Daniels, Louis Farrakhan, and David Hogg. Culling Mr. Riley’s personal Twitter account, she decided that Mr. Riley’s ridicule of Farrakhan’s genocidal racism wasn’t “sensitive” and that no students should visit the farm. She distributed out of context screen-shots to hundreds of Southern California public schools.
Fortunately, most schools responded with tolerance and appreciation for the First Amendment, but a few engaged in the sort of blacklisting our courts have punished in the past. The federal judge assigned to our case agreed. Claremont schools had engaged in First Amendment retaliation.
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The History of our Case
If you find that hard to imagine, there’s a simple reason for it. Conservatives are the primary victims of cancel culture, not leftists.
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