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inkling_revival Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 9:12 AM
Yes, we've noticed. These people think morality is a political position: if one favors government programs to end poverty, then one "cares about the poor." (For some reason, it does not matter that these programs never work, nor help the poor.) If one opposes that position, then one is "evil." They do the same on every issue. This means that the quest to be "a good person" is COMPLETELY accomplished by holding the right opinions. They need to do nothing else in order to be "good." This leaves all their nasty, personal quirks, their spite, vindictiveness, arrogance, greed, envy, jealousy, and so forth, untouched. That's how they become the worst people in the world, while imagining themselves to be the best people in the world.

For years, I've been writing about the issue of censorship on our nation's campuses. But I have given far too little emphasis to due process violations within the so-called campus judiciary. Today, that all comes to an end. This will be the beginning of a series of columns highlighting the worst colleges in America when it comes to due process violations. I will reveal the name of this week's winner after explaining why this university is being ushered into the due process Hall of Shame.

In 2005, a professor was brought up on charges of quid pro quo sexual harassment....