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I have an MBA from the University of Japan.
How about they rename it the Eugene V. Debs School of International blah-blah. You know, the national leader who was imprisoned for 10 years for ESPIONAGE for peacefully opposing Wilson's war that killed more than 100,000 Americans. Or maybe they could call it the W.E.B. DuBois School in honor of the man who battled Wilson's resegregation of the Federal government.
Honestly, in my only mildly libertarian opinion, Woodrow Wilson was the most tyrannical President in U.S. history. He was also pretty racist, even by the standards of his day. I would be happy to ally with BLM in tearing down his statue or renaming anything honoring that self-righteous creep.
How so? I dont see anything on the web.
True. Student activists aren't fragile. They make claims they feel unsafe as a legal claim. The legal claim is that the expression of any ideas they disagree with create a hostile environment. This is a powerful legal claim with full backing of the Obama Dept. of Education and Department of Justice.
That's good. Probably we can scoop off the cream out of that group.
I think the resettlement of Iraqi refugees in the US was a useful case. Around 80,000 Iraqis were resettled to America with very little incident or social problems. Its fair to say though that the vetting process of these refugees erred on the side of caution (shamefully so, perhaps, considering we had obligations to many of these people). I would have no problem with admitting Syrian refugees through a similar vetting process. Given the efficiency of our government, that...
I think its possible for intelligent, decent people to square the contradictions between a traditional worldview and the demands of a liberal society. The problem is that many people aren't all that intelligent. It's clear that the thousands of Europeans who have gone to fight for ISIS haven't been able to function in the face of these contradictions. I don't accept that Islam is inherently more contradictory to Western society than other worldviews. But it does seem to be...
Are we really sure this is ISIS? On its face, it does seem more like AQ. Also, AQ doesn't claim credit. People seem to think that ISIS claim of responsibility doesn't seem all that detailed or prepared, like they didn't know it was going to happen either.
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