your words speak to intolerance of expression. and that undermines anyone's right to free speechThe American people should never give credence to these ideas or give them a platform on which to speak.
while i admit this is a narrow semantic disagreement, it is a very significant - and important - one
and the nazis have no obligation to do so as an organization. just as the zionists have no obligation to allow Palestinian free speech at zionist meetings. but we, as a nation, do have an obligation to permit those who have views which agree or disagree with our own, to voice those viewsThink of it this way:
Nazi's have a right to speech in this country, but they would likely deny a Zionist to speak at one of their rallies.
and this woman's right to free speech is in no way being deniedThe Zionist could go on to speak somewhere else, (forum, blog, other meeting space, literally almost anywhere else)
All because an organization decides they would rather have someone else speak doesn't mean the First Amendment is being violated.
but the university has a right to deny her a venue and/or a recognition, should that organization so decide