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University of Tennessee Ends Its "Investigation" Into Glenn Reynolds Illegal Use of Free Speech

Ah, but it's the threat, isn't it? The process is the punishment, isn't it? We are supposed to be free to speak -- and know without equivocation that we are free to speak -- precisely so we are not menaced...
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