Evergreen Students Speak Out

  Leftwing students, often acting like a violent mob, have tossed Evergreen State College into chaos the past few weeks.  Go here to read about it.  A handful of Evergreen students are fed up and are brave enough to sign

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Being Student Commissars for Fun and Profit

        This has raised a firestorm:   The University of Arizona is paying students $10 per hour to assume the responsibilities of “Social Justice Advocates.”   According to an online job description, Social Justice Advocates, or SJAs

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Red Fascists Riot Tonight in Berkeley

It is beyond hilarious that the left calls their opponents Nazis.  A typical example of the left using violence to shut up a political adversary is occurring tonight at Berkeley: Protesters with armed with bricks and fireworks mounted an assault

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Unborn Lives Don’t Matter at DePaul

  I couldn’t ask for a better demonstration of the fact that the Catholic Left is basically the same as the Secular Left in this country: While “Black Lives Matter” posters hang on DePaul administrative office windows, President Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider has banned College

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Special Snow Flakes Afraid of Democracy

    I really wish this was take from Eye of the Tiber:   Students protested yesterday at the Emory Administration Building following a series of overnight, apparent pro-Donald Trump for president chalkings throughout campus. Roughly 40 students gathered shortly

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Home, With Propaganda, For the Holidays

    This is beyond parody.  Harvard decided that it would be a grand idea to give students talking points for the holidays so that they could follow the politically correct line on various topics.   Harvard has advised students

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Shut Up, They Explained

    I do love schadenfreude first thing in the morning.  A leftist college professor wails about the closed minds of his leftist students: The press for actionability, or even for comprehensive analyses that go beyond personal testimony, is hereby considered redundant,

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Triggers for the Bard

 “Don’t step on the toes of the dog lovers, the cat lovers, doctors, lawyers, merchants, chiefs, Mormons, Baptists, Unitarians, second-generation Chinese, Swedes, Italians, Germans, Texans, Brooklynites, Irishmen, people from Oregon or Mexico. The people in this book, this play, this

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The End of Debate

    A popular tactic on the left today, and for the past several decades in this country for that matter, is to strong arm adversaries and shout them down.  Faithful readers of this blog will recall the “feminist studies”

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Outside Agitators

    Hattip to Eugene Volokh at the Volokh Conspiracy.  Remember Mireille Miller-Young, an associate professor of “feminist studies” at the University of California Santa Barbara, who is currently charged with assault, battery and vandalism in regard to taking a sign

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Galloping Historical Illiteracy

Remember Laura Curry, the Adjunct Professor, who went berserk at a pro-life display at the University of Buffalo?  Go here to read all about it.  Six of her colleagues, two professors of history, one associate professor of history, one assistant professor of

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De Paul Knows Who the Real Enemy Is

  Founded by the Vincentians in 1898, De Paul University in Chicago likes to tout itself as the largest Catholic university in the nation.  It is a university and it is large, but after the debacle described below I suspect that

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Why Most Academic Histories Today Are Rubbish

      As longtime readers of this blog know, I have a deep and abiding passion for history.  I lament the fact that most histories produced today by academic historians are usually politicized drek, often written in a jargon

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Intolerance in the Name of Tolerance

Hattip to Ed Morrissey at Hot Air.  In modern society those who prate the most about tolerance often tend to be the most intolerant.   Case in point, what is happening to Jennifer Keeton, a grad student at Augusta State College, studying

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