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May 25, 2016

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redlonghorn

I'm not surprised at the university's actions - or lack of action - during the event. The last minute demand for a large fee for security ($2,000) was a blatant attempt to force the College Republicans to cancel the event, and it would have worked if Breitbart hadn't agreed to cover the expense precisely so it wouldn't be cancelled. If the administration tried to shut down the event, I wouldn't expect them to stop other people who are trying to shut it down.

Ironically, I think the security fee gives the CR's and Breitbart the perfect grounds for a lawsuit. They were forced to pay for a service they clearly did not receive.

Jeff Guinn
Sargon of Akkad on Youtube ...

O.M.G.

The De Paul administration is completely, totally, unreservedly bereft of any leadership qualities whatsoever.

Perhaps the best thing that could happen to the West is the collapse of the university system. It would be just desserts for such pervasive stupidity.

Stuck-Record

The irony is that the very thing the protesters hate the most (markets & technological innovation) means that the mass-market university system is going to collapse anyway. Probably quite soon. Certainly within 15 years.

The combination of sponsor's and alumni's de-funding of bogus SJW institutions, massive increase in online learning, via MOOCs, Khan Acadamy et al, brand new classes of certification bodies, and employer's wholesale rejection of job candidates with BLM/Loony/Agit social media histories, means the writing is on the wall for these infiltrated institutions.

The market will grade them as Junk bonds.

The joy of watching the long-march through the Universities succeed completely, and then fail completely, will be glorious.

David

Perhaps the best thing that could happen to the West is the collapse of the university system.

The Clown Quarter now seems largely antithetical to civilisation.

As Iowahawk puts it,

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