by Robby Soave at The Daily Caller
Student Robert Van Tuinen was accosted by a police officer, brought before a college official and told he was breaking school rules.
His crime? Distributing copies of the Constitution to his fellow students. In a public space. On Constitution Day.
At Modesto Junior College in California, students are welcome to exercise their First Amendment rights, but only while standing within the "free speech zone," a small circle of concrete that fits only two people at once.In an exclusive interview, Van Tuinen told The Daily Caller that the college's Orwellian policies are harmful to all students...