Trigger warning — campus politics is back

Prophecy Sign:  The disappearance of wisdom and discernment

Well its the start of another University year and that must mean it's silly season once again.  Where presumably intelligent College and University officials pander to their new impressionable young charges by creating "Trigger Warning" spaces, and "Emotional First Aid Kits" for the snowflakes among them that simply can't deal with any and all opinions that are contrary to their own.


No but perhaps just another sign of the end as any appearance of wisdom and discernment go flying out the doors at our educational institutions. (Our apologies for tarring all students and faculty with a very large brush).

But they are altogether stupid and foolish In their discipline of delusion-- their idol is wood! Jeremiah 10:8 NASB

As dead flies give perfume a bad smell, so a little folly outweighs wisdom and honor. The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of the fool to the left. Even as fools walk along the road, they lack sense and show everyone how stupid they are. Ecclesiastes 10:1-3 NIV

Trigger warning — campus politics is back
It’s the start of a new year on university campuses, and Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn., was quick out of the gate with the latest contribution to the pandemic of gender hysteria. An initiative launched by the university’s Faculty Senate Gender Inclusivity Task Force urged faculty members to politely quiz students and colleagues on how they prefer to be addressed: as he, she, ze, zir or hir. “When introducing yourself, offer your name and pronoun,” it advised, suggesting they start off lectures with: “I am Professor Jones and I use she/her/hers pronouns. What should I call you?” It also provided phrases for use when dealing with those choosing gender neutrality, such as, “Ze is a real leader on campus” and, “I loved hirs paper.”

University Officials Sign Off On Literal Emotional First Aid Kit
An adviser and an assistant professor at the University of Houston showed support for providing students with an emotional first aid kit that would contain a baby blanket and candy among other things. Their backing of the emotional first aid kit is revealed in a Project Veritas video first obtained by The Daily Caller. James O’Keefe went undercover in late August as a member of the “99.9 percent” group and spoke to University of Houston psychology department advisor Bobbie Sue Schindler. 

Student's Donald Trump hat stirs controversy at Calgary's Mount Royal University
The issues of free speech and safe spaces erupted at Mount Royal University Thursday after video surfaced of a man and a woman arguing over whether he should be allowed to wear a hat supporting U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump.

U. of Chicago professors pen letter of their own — defending safe spaces and trigger warnings

Colleges turn to coloring books to de-stress students


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