Oh, look, everybody’s got a haunt, right? But they are not equally damning. From David Klinghoffer at Evolution News & Views:
On the story about evolutionary atheist Richard Dawkins getting disinvited as an event speaker by a progressive Berkeley radio station (see here and here), Discovery Institute chairman of the board Bruce Chapman points out the best irony. While Dawkins protests his “de-platforming” over past comments on Islam, in 2009 he helped get Ben Stein de-platformed as a commencement speaker at the University of Vermont over — you guessed it — Stein’s take on evolution and his role in the film Expelled. More.
Of course. Dawkins thought he would be eaten last on the progressive menu but he was really just an hors d’oeuvres. The progressives’ war is ultimately on reality and Dawkins is no real use to them because, at bottom, he believes that there is some sort of reality, even if our consciousness of it is an illusion.
See also: Evolution News and Views on Dawkins dumped from Berkeley: Did it serve him right?
Mark Steyn on Richard Dawkins getting dumped at Berkeley
Dawkins dumped from Berkeley due to “hurtful words”
How naturalism rots science from the head down