With the impeachment nonsense dragging into its 56th month, I have some random observations, only a few of which have anything to do with impeachment.
A British university is paying students to spy on their classmates and report them for any language they deem to be a teeny bit offensive.
A professor at the University of Mississippi is calling for stronger punishment for students that commit microaggressions on campus. The professor, Kirk Johnson, even suggested that students reported to the school’s “bias incident” report system should face criminal penalties.
One of the creators of the concept of “microaggressions” has expressed concern about overuse of the term. Columbia University professor Derald Sue now claims “not everything is a microaggression.”
A recent report from the Daily Caller alleges that a Google VP stepped in to block a Christian video on gay marriage from running on the tech giant’s Youtube advertising platform.