Kkk intimidating voters
Some harmless prank signs stating a basic fact are quite obviously not of the same genus as is real racism.
Campus administrators and activists would do well to realize that, and stop making themselves look like fools who miss the entire point of the joke.
Some San Diego State University students are undergoing what organizers acknowledge is a “disturbing” series of “sensory experiences” in an attempt to drive out students’ prejudicial tendencies and help make them less oppressive.
The annual workshop, “Journey to a Shared Humanity,” is described on the university’s website as a way for organizers to get students to “step outside their comfort zone and into the shoes of those who are struggling with oppressive circumstances.” This year, some students were required to attend the event as part of their classes.
The bravery of these women in not only surviving but persevering in the face of such loss is touted as if no other mother had ever lost a child.
For four pages, we are left with stories that basically let us know just how Clinton feels about police officers and other first responders and it isn’t good.
Yep, that niggling in the back of my mind was right. Acknowledging this during the campaign may have cost me the support of some police officers and organizations who seemed to think my concern for dead children and other victims showed a presumption of wrong doing by police. Surely, they couldn’t have taken your words at face value and come to the reasonable conclusion that you would happily sacrifice them upon the altar of political correctness and social justice cause du jour?
So I looked at the quote more closely than I had on first reading.Finally, on the fourth page of the chapter, Clinton writes,”Treating everyone with care and respect is especially important for the men and women charged with keeping us all safe.” Think about that for a moment and then think about how she doesn’t say anything about how those they serve and protect should treat them with respect and care.Yes, there are bad cops but the good ones far outnumber the bad ones. Just as I was about to launch the book against the wall — yes, yes, I know.The story is a classic of Internet prank culture: individuals on the crank troll website 4Chan organized a campaign to post signs on university grounds reading “It’s okay to be white.” The plan was to make campus progressives angry and offended, leading to a massive overreaction on the part of college activists and officials that would, due to the horrible optics, result in a “massive victory for the right in the culture war.” Well, it sort of worked: campuses went pretty nuts over the innocuous and unremarkable signs, calling them “racist,” “divisive,” part of a “racist agenda,” and a campaign to “foment racial and political tension.” One school held a “emergency meeting,” while another school commissioned a police response to the signs—!You could not have designed a more predictable reaction, not even if you really sat down and gave it some thought.