If there was any doubt that inane political correctness thinking is in control of today’s university campuses, events at the University of Missouri last week confirmed the worst. After several weeks of protests, including threats by black Mizzou football players to boycott upcoming games, the president and chancellor of the university quit.
In their wake lies a naked shell of what today’s higher education has become: The home of a culture which cultivates a sense of victimhood and hyper-sensitivity, especially among young black students.
This isn’t Berkeley California in the 1960s we’re talking about. This is the American Midwest, a place where there is still some semblance of common sense among most people.
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