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Illiberal Arts Week in Higher Education

Illiberal Arts Week in Higher Education

Your weekly report on campus news.

This week we learned that creative disciplines like literature and music are not immune to cancel culture.

It’s just about Confederate statues, they said.

Then they came for Millard Fillmore.

It’s about time.

The new narrative on campus.

Social media causes problems.

Gibson’s vs. Oberlin update.

More of this is coming.

Are Democrats still the party of science?

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Push back is gaining steam:



South Dakota:

And let’s not forget here in LA on the July 4 where thousands of people lit up the sky with illegal fireworks.

How about we start a daily feature here amassing links to this push back. We all feel it and it isn’t just the “red” states. It’s an AMERICAN push back to the globalist communist invasion. If we build it, they will come.

Here’s another idea. The CDC declared the “pandemic” over 4-5 weeks ago, then came out last week to urge schools to re-open and with Dems finally backing down on permanent school closures, why don’t we declare a day of celebration and invite people to send in links to document this day!

The Dems (and insufferable GOP dickless wonders… same thing) are already on the defensive and feeling the growing anger beginning to surface. Let’s see if we can make that bubble burst. Schedule a day of celebration, say on August 31, and promote the hell out of it. I’ll bet the world will spread like an arson wildfire in Malibu.