Political correctness long has ruled university campuses – with bans on seemingly everything from sombreros to guest speakers – and now in Scotland a university has cut off funding to a student group because of its pro-life stance. According to the Glasgow Evening Times, the students association at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow determined that funding for any student group that holds a pro-life position is banned.
“We have been formally informed that this decision has been taken because we are representatives of a pro-life movement and that pro-life groups are denied rights of recognition and prevented from enjoying the privileges of a club or society,” Laura Seggie, a member of one pro-life organization, told the Times. She said it’s a violation of human and speech rights. FULL REPORT