But the question is whether they can…
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.
Just looking at that trio of sign holders brings this to mind………
“Doesn’t want to take classes with rapists ^”
I don’t think you’re in any danger, Honey… 😉
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.
Yes. That might be CNN wishcasting what Yid has blogged.
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.
If a corporation can be legally considered a person, why can’t a fraterntiy?
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.