Tito Edwards of The American Catholic has posted an excellent article by Charles E. Rice on the Notre Dame 88, which outlines the great injustice being committed by Notre Dame. Notre Dame refuses to drop the charges against Fr. Norman Weslin, O.S. and the rest of those who were arrested while peacefully entering Notre Dame Campus and praying while Obama, the most pro-abortion president ever, was receiving an honorary degree from Notre Dame. Charles E. Rice explains about motions and decisions that have been made by the court so far. He also talks about questions left unresolved. On April 30, 2010 Fr. Jenkins released a statement saying:
“the University cannot have one set of rules for causes we oppose, and another more lenient set of rules for causes we support. We have one consistent set of rules for demonstrations on campus—no matter what the cause.”
Charles E. Rice points out how Father Jenkins statement is untrue. In fact, there is evidence that the university treats pro-gay and anti-military supporters better then their own pro-life, Catholic brethren. Then, Mr. Rice shares information on the "criminals" that have been stigmatized and targeted by Notre Dame.