The Princeton inquisition comes not for those who lapse from Christian habits but for those who fail to recite the liturgies of social justice.
How can you tell which parts of the Constitution are the result of racism? That’s easy. Whatever provisions the left dislikes are stained by slavery.
The war over free expression isn’t over, but the cancel consensus is starting to flop as the facade of viewpoint diversity in elite institutions begins to fade.
“There would be no room for any act of dissent or good-faith debate on whether a particular instance of speech or action indeed amounts to racism,” the letter reads.
When the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs published a list of demands for “anti-racist” policies, one student coalition dissented.
Why should Americans give weight to Ivy League credentials when many such students are too scared to handle even respectful intellectual dissent?
I don’t think her view is absurd, and raises real issues that if we thought about for a hot minute might provide new avenues and arguments for a pro-life view.
The leisured class can afford to drop out of college or be placed on academic probation, but less privileged campus protesters mostly harm themselves.
As it turns out that for ideas the privilege police don’t like, we can never check our privilege enough.
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