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Campus intolerance

Team Players Of Campus Totalitarianism

Is everyone starting to become desensitized by the totalitarian nature in which college campuses are run? Will some Stanford Law grads graduate after never conversing with people who have a different world view than them? Stanford Law Student, Martin Salvucci joins Dan and Amy to discuss the “tolerance” of the diversity of thought of the majority of students and professors.

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Halloween Costumes: Cultural Appropriation Or A Child's Celebration?

Cosmopolitan Magazine says parents who let their children dress as a character of another culture or background, specifically Disney Princess Moana, are racists. Teen Vogue was unavailable for comment. So, we went to Lincoln Park Zoo to see if parents could Follow The Logic. 

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Disrupting Higher Education

Isaac Morehouse is disrupting Higher Education by getting kids apprenticeships rather than overpriced sheepskins. Is this another Trump University? Why not bypass the college degree and debt? How much are 4 year college universities limiting young people’s potential? Founder and CEO of Praxis, Isaac Morehouse joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Boo Hoo Hoo

Tucker Carlson cracks the code on what it takes to get a leftist professor suspended. A Black only Memorial Day. Lisa Durden, a professor at Essex County College, says “boo hoo hoo” to white people. Dan & Amy asked New Criterion Editor Roger Kimball if Durden is an extreme example or the mainstream of our “higher education” system? Why would any family send tens of thousands of dollars to higher education institutions intent on tearing down our culture and country? And what to do about the quality of educators at our universities?

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Is ‘Social Justice’ Incompatible With Justice?

An attempted terrorist attack in Brussels marks the third attack in three days in three European capitals leading author and political commentator Mark Steyn to suggest one-way multiculturalism isn't working out so well. Why does the left hate Otto Warmbier? Did he deserve his torment because he is white? Is ‘social justice’ incompatible with justice? Dan & Amy posed these questions and more to Commentary Associate Editor Noah Rothman.

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I Was Just Following Orders

Are universities devolving from being marketplaces for ideas into incubators of totalitarianism? What happens to society when there are topics and people who cannot be criticized? Hannah Ardent argued in Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil, that "people who do evil are not necessarily monsters; sometimes they’re just bureaucrats." What path are we on when ordinary people on college campuses act as agents of totalitarianism and oppression? As the inmates continue to run the asylum in Tacoma, WA, Dan & Amy discussed the larger implications of the protests at Evergreen State College.  

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It's Like A Cult

The rebels on modern college campuses today are advocates for free minds and free expression. How would a psychologist diagnose student behavior on campuses today? What are students supposed to be learning? Should the National Guard be called in at Evergreen State? University of Toronto psychology professor Jordan Peterson joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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They're Not Appeasing The Mob. They're Leading The Mob.

Evergreen State College Professor Bret Weinstein disagreed with the idea of  "A Day Without White People" on campus. Students demanded his job through mob action. Are campus protests turning violent isolated incidences, or are they more pervasive? How have college faculty members aided and abetted this movement? At what point will faculty and administrators be held responsible? Peter Wood, President of National Association of Scholars, joins Dan and Amy to discuss what happens when the campus mob comes for the Left.

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The Pursuit Of Truth

Conservative author Ann Coulter prevented from speaking at Berkeley. A parade in Portland cancelled amid threats of riots over a county GOP organization's participation. Are there any solutions for the sprawl of liberal intolerance? Is liberal censorship the new normal? Has the attitude toward this intolerance shifted at all in academia since a professor was attacked by protestors at Middlebury? Peter Wood, President of the National Association of Scholars, gives Dan and Amy his assessment (while he still can).

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Campus Intolerance Increasingly Raising The Specter Of Violence

What happened when conservative speaker Heather MacDonald faced down campus Jacobins at Claremont McKenna? What are the implications for Higher Education when speakers of any political stripe have to be escorted on and off campus as if their lives were under threat in a Banana Republic? When will university admins and faculty take some responsibility? Can we put the genie back in the bottle? Heather MacDonald shares her alarming experience with Dan and Amy.

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