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Kate Steinle: The New Face of Political Incorrectness




Gary Fouse
fousesquawk
http://garyfouse.blogspot.com

Hat tip The College Fix




Kate Steinle, the young woman  killed by a criminal illegal alien in San Francisco (He was astonishingly acquitted), is becoming the face of politically incorrect thought on college campuses. The most recent is UC San Diego, where the Bias Response Team (academia's version of SWAT) removed posters of Kate with the heading, "She had dreams too". A member of the campus College Republicans has been "ordered to appear" for the "crime".

http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/40192/

And, of course, at UC Berkeley, the vigilantes didn't even wait for the Bias Response Team. They trashed similar posters put up by the College Republicans.

https://www.thecollegefix.com/post/39863/

One wonders what other victims who had dreams would offend the leftist rascals on our campuses these days.


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"They had dreams too."


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1972 Israeli Olympic team
"They had dreams too."


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9-11
"They had dreams too."

Alas, I fear none of the above would be allowed on our university campuses.


"Clear!"

Pat Condell - video banned by youtube

More Tom-Nuttery in Academia-Penn State




Gary Fouse
fousesquawk
http://garyfouse.blogspot.com


Hat tip Campus Reform

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"I'm a Nittany Lion. I don't eat meat."
(I always wondered what a nittany lion was.)


Here's the latest wacky theory coming out of academia. A professor at Penn State claims that eating meat perpetuates hegemonic masculinity-whatever that is. As part of her evidence, she interviewed 23 Argentines who are vegetarians-probably the only vegetarians in the entire country, which produces the best beef in the world.

https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=10221


"Vegetarians also contribute to the destabilization of the gender binary, she argued.
“The decision to become vegetarian does not itself destabilize gender, but the subsequent social interactions between vegetarian and meat-eater demand gender enactment—or resistance,” DeLessio-Parson discovered."


This is what you learn in college, kids.