A “Meeting of Healing” took place at the University of Connecticut in response to a conservative speaker’s appearance at the school last week. (Image source: YouTube screenshot)
A student at Claremont College recently claimed that the outdoors is a form of white supremacy. (Image source: Getty Creative)
Do you love the great outdoors? Do you find nature comfortable and relaxing? Well, if you do, it’s probably because you’re white, according to a student at Claremont Colleges in California.
We had a “mad pooper” that popped in washing machines.
Oh, my gosh people! Grow up, get a life, and join the real world. Or maybe not, do I really want you whiny people in my world?
Seriously this guy is nuts!
Alex Jones says globalists are slowly poisoning President Donald Trump, causing him to slur his words and become sluggish by the end of everyday.
Thank you, Mike Ditka! I can not believe yet an another year of football is going to be politicized. I watch football for football. If we do not pay attention to those who are acting like dumbasses they will stop.
Mike Ditka was interviewed by TMZ where he was asked about players not standing for …
I have always been creeped out by Lena. Glad to hear I am not the only one.
Can we all pull up our potty training pants and get a pair?
Maybe the coolest Halloween costume on campuses this fall will be dressing up as Ben Shapiro. Because apparently that’s about the scariest thing a college… Read More
“The solution for college students—and anyone—who find an idea painful and upsetting is to think about why and to consider the idea. If the idea is wrong or hateful or immoral, then, great, discard it—and debate the heck out of those who hold it. But if an idea is right and true, and the upset you’re feeling is a pang of conscience, that’s something different—and something that shouldn’t be undesirable.”
“College especially should be a place where intellectual and moral debates flourish, where students aggressively read and listen to others’ arguments, consider them, and then make their own cases. Don’t demand a counselor when a speaker you think is wrong comes to campus—go and debate them! Ask a tough question! Write an op-ed in the student newspaper showing the mistakes the speaker is making. Protest peacefully!”
Ideas can hurt, it’s true. But the worst fate isn’t being troubled by another person’s idea: It’s settling for intellectual and moral stagnation, refusing to ever encounter any ideas besides the ones you currently hold.”