Today’s guests are two Stanford University undergraduate students, Josiah Joner and Walker Stewart, who shed light on the coercion, censorship, declining standards, and wavering administrators at what is supposed to be one of the most elite academic institutions in the world. Walker and Josiah explain what happened in March where Stanford Law School students, supported by administrators and the Dean of DEI shouted down and ridiculed a sitting Circuit Judge who was invited to speak. They also dive into whether this was an inevitable result of the way Stanford has managed its DEI initiatives on campus and concerns for the future. 

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