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"She will remain a tenured faculty member"

So, she takes a pay cut but can still support the spewing of antisemitism (in "context" of course).

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28 minutes ago, SDwaters said:

"She will remain a tenured faculty member"

So, she takes a pay cut but can still support the spewing of antisemitism (in "context" of course).

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"philliesthoughts 9 hours ago

It wasn’t the reasonable question that was disastrous but the answer. She all but said that the antisemitism going on at the university was excusable as long as the “right” people were doing it. That was what the whole “context” thing boiled down to and the “context” was whatever was expedient. If it had been Jewish students going after Palestinian students on campus the way the Palestinian supporters did the Jewish students she would have been all over the condemnation of that “context” be danged. She got caught out as an antisemite and a supporter of antisemitism and tried to sneak it back. Good riddance!"

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The other day at The FreePress A Jewish mother asked If people could recommend a good college to send  her  kids to.

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Dec 7

Why Go To College? Get out in The World get a job, Join the Military (Talk About a Real World Education!), Couple of years down the road, If You have to go to college. There really is no reason to go to college right out of HS.

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 Firing Ivy League presidents should only be the beginning
Steven F. Hayward
Dec. 10, 2023

The hypocrisy and moral imbecility of the three Ivy League presidents before Congress last week points to two deeper problems of university leadership today: First, college administrations are terrified of the campus left — both the faculty and grievance-mongering student groups.

Second, college administrators don’t take the campus left seriously.

How to square these seemingly contradictory propositions?

Consider the number of academic leaders doing their best Claude Rains act, professing to be shocked — shocked! — to discover there is virulent antisemitism on their campuses.

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Firing a few presidents sends a nice signal, but nothing is going to change on campus until universities start closing mediocre politicized departments and laying off the radical faculty that generated this antisemitic malignancy.

America once helped Germany de-Nazify its universities after World War II, so it’s not like we don’t know how to do it.

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6 hours ago, Valin said:

 Firing Ivy League presidents should only be the beginning
Steven F. Hayward
Dec. 10, 2023

The hypocrisy and moral imbecility of the three Ivy League presidents before Congress last week points to two deeper problems of university leadership today: First, college administrations are terrified of the campus left — both the faculty and grievance-mongering student groups.

 

Dec 11, 2023

Megyn Kelly is joined by Tucker Carlson, founder of the Tucker Carlson Network, to talk about Harvard and other top colleges going through a reckoning related to free speech, how universities have become about business and money and not merit, the truth about Tucker's position on Israel, and more.

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