Monthly Archives: November 2015

Challenging the Campus Victim Culture

5641956dc46188e85b8b4590Universities throughout the country are erupting in various forms of protest, all fueled by a culture of glorified victimhood.  At Yale, we’ve seen students in an uproar over a professor speaking out for freedom of speech and the free exchange of ideas.  The students interpreted this as a form of oppression and white privilege. (That professor subsequently debased himself with an apology to the mob.)  At the University of Missouri, we’ve watched a movement sparked by racist incidents turn into outright intimidation by attempting to stifle opposing views, and drive student journalists away from recording their campus insurrection.  The campus police have announced that they want students to report incidents of “hateful or hurtful speech” to them.  They do admit that so-called offensive language isn’t illegal, but that the school may choose to take action anyway.  Now the student body president is admitting that he lied when he reported that the KKK was roaming the campus.  Things are getting out of hand very quickly.

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