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Right to Work Wins Again, Students Clueless on Free Speech, 'Top Gun' Ad Flops

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America cheer a court decision that upholds Wisconsin's right to work law and rejects the argument of organized labor that it has a right to part of workers' paychecks.  They also shudder as a new study shows students of all political stripes evenly divided on whether "hate speech" should be protected speech, whether it's OK to shout down speakers they don't like, or even whether uncomfortable views should be allowed on campus.  And they have fun with a political ad that is a horrible parody of a famous scene from "Top Gun."