In my post, Microaggression Mania: McGill U. student leader apologizes for .gif of Obama kicking open door, I noted how student leader Brian Farnan was mandated to issue an apology for sending a GIF taken from a Jay Leno parody of Obama kicking open a door at the end of a...
The video, at least.
A follow up to:
- Microaggression Mania: McGill U. student leader apologizes for .gif of Obama kicking open door
- Passive Microaggression
Bonus Questions: Isn’t calling her a dumb bitch a sexist microaggression? Does one microaggression justify another?
A recent report released by the National Science Foundation has garnered quite a bit of media attention after revealing a survey that found 25% of Americans couldn’t correctly answer the question, “does the E...
Like the .gif of Obama kicking open a door in a parody by the Jay Leno show, that forced a student leader at McGill University in Canada to apologize.
Here’s an explanation by a professor at Columbia University Teachers College of what microaggression is:
You can find dozens of such videos and postings by universities.
Microaggression theology is...
“Microagression” is the latest craze in racial grievance, something we highlighted when a UCLA professor was accused of the transgression for correcting grammar on minority students’ papers.
The fake scenario of Obama kicking open a door after a press conference went viral after Jay Leno showed it on the Tonight Show.
Prof. KC Johnson, best known for his investigative work regarding abysmal university and faculty handling of the Duke Lacrosse case, has a post at Minding the Campus regarding a disturbing appointment at Dartmouth, ‘Why Have a Hearing? Just Expel Him’:
“Why could we not expel a student based on an allegation?” That...
Jerry Seinfeld was interviewed for Buzzfeed Brew, and gave a perfectly sensible answer about “diversity” in comedy, namely that if you’re funny, you’re funny, and comedy is not a census designed to look like the pie chart of America.
It’s perfectly sensible, except to Gawker, which is trying to inspire 2-minutes of...
A legislator in Oklahoma has proposed legislation to ease the “zero tolerance” school policies that have created absurdities in which young children with toy or imaginary guns are punished.
We’re seen so many of these instances:
We reported on the 6-year old boy who was suspended for “sexual harassment” for kissing a girl in class on the hand and cheek.
The school has since downgraded...
There war on little boys in elementary schools continues unabated.
Little children are being punished with suspensions, expulsions, and permanent damage to school records based on standards of conduct carried into elementary schools from the adult world. Typically, but not exclusively, the insanity is directed at little boys for alleged violation of...
We have highlighted here many times the almost insane “zero tolerance” policies at school wherein students are disciplined, suspended and expelled for biting a Pop Tart into the shape of a gun, bringing Quarter coin-sized gun keychain charms to school, and even
Reader 9thDistrictNeighbor and her husband are Kenyon College graduates.
She sent me a link to a story from November 21 about two Kenyon students who dressed as ghosts, were confronted by campus security, accused of racism, and ultimately apologized for being insensitive to their white male privilege.
We graduated from Kenyon in ’83,...
There is nothing too small to regulate. Or ban.
Enter the doorknob, about to be banned in all new construction in Vancouver because … why do you hate old people and those who have hand or arm disabilities?
The Vancouver Sun reports:
In Vancouver, the doorknob is heading into a setting sun. Its future...
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Patrick Maines, President of The Media Institute, writing in USA Today, quotes Legal Insurrection commenter Moonstone716 regarding the Brown shout down of Ray Kelly, Political divide hurts college free speech:
As one commenter poignantly observed in reply to coverage of the Brown affair in...