• Hard Little Machine

    No matter what, it achieved its goal which was to suppress fraternities nationwide and put another obstacle in the way of male college attendance generally.

  • Clausewitz

    Just looking at that trio of sign holders brings this to mind………

  • J. C.

    “Doesn’t want to take classes with rapists ^”

    I don’t think you’re in any danger, Honey… 😉

  • Brett_McS

    The wunderkind at Breitbart, Ben Shapiro, (at least he sounds like a lawyer) says they have a solid case, even though it is a group taking the action.

    • andycanuck

      Yes. That might be CNN wishcasting what Yid has blogged.

  • moraywatson

    There are only a relative handful of men wrongly implicated by Rolling Stone. Each and every one of them rightfully deserves to see the magazine sued out of existence.

  • guest

    If a corporation can be legally considered a person, why can’t a fraterntiy?

  • Norman_In_New_York

    If there will be much arguing over who can sue, it’s bound to cost Rolling Stone a good chunk of legal fees without reversing its reputation as a smear sheet.