Canadian politician Kristyn Wong-Tam, who uses the pseudo-pronouns "they/them," proposes legislation to criminalize "offensive remarks" within 100 meters of a Drag Queen Story Hour.

They want to eliminate free speech and turn normal people into criminals.
Drag Queen Story Hour is explicitly designed to re-engineer child sexuality and create a "site of queer pleasure" between adult male transvestites and young children. I did a deep-dive for City Journal here:…

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Mar 8
There is a lot of speculation around the organization FAIR. I can't speak to the experience of others, but I resigned from the advisory board in September 2021 because it felt more like a center-left brand-building exercise than an effective vehicle for fighting woke ideology.
It was a good idea in theory, but quickly following the launch, FAIR started offering DEI programming, took credit from other organizations, spent a significant amount of time counter-signaling conservatives, and settled on the vacuous brand of "pro-human."
There are many former employees of FAIR who have reached out to me with stories of alleged mistreatment and mismanagement, but they are bound by NDAs and afraid to come forward. They should be released and allowed to speak publicly—that's only fair.
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Mar 1
SCOOP: Florida International University has adopted radical DEI programming that condemns the United States as a system of "white supremacy," segregates scholarships and student programs by race, and trains students for participation in violent left-wing protests.

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The story begins with the death of George Floyd. As riots spread, the university held a racially segregated discussion program—one for "self-identified People of Color," another for "self-identified White Students"—to induct students into the ideology of left-wing racialism. ImageImage
The university's DEI bureaucrats published an official "Inclusive Language Guide" that condemns words such as "husband," "wife," "mother," "father," "Mr.," and "Mrs.," as "non-inclusive." Instead, students are told to use the words "partner," "caregivers," "Mx.," and "they/them." ImageImageImageImage
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Feb 28
I've noticed a pattern at our New College of Florida board meetings: a huge number of the public commenters are the mothers of current students. I would have been mortified if my mom came to my university dressed in a costume, screaming about "fascism." Bizarre development.
In the 1960s, protests at universities were led by the students. Now they're led by the students' parents, as if their children were attending primary school. This pattern seems to reinforce both the "helicopter parent" thesis and the "coddling" thesis. Not healthy.
Some parents showed up in Handmaid's Tale outfits, which doesn't even make sense. And one parent said she has been sleeping in a hotel near the university for the past five weeks, single-mindedly devoting herself to opposing our reform efforts.
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Feb 28
Curtis Yarvin has published a friendly critique of our campaign to transform New College of Florida. He understands the difficulties of the task ahead, but is far too pessimistic about the prospects for the future. Here's why. 🧵…
Yavin's basic theme is that the progressive-managerial state, or Cathedral, is so powerful, that any action to challenge it will end up reinforcing its power. This is right-wing doomerism—if the beast is all-powerful, better to adopt the position of a prey animal and do nothing.
But even if we accept Yarvin's premise of inevitable failure—and I do not—he should remember the words of Leo Strauss, who, in a critique of Burke, counseled that even against immense odds, there is nobility and utility to "last-ditch resistance."
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Feb 24
Florida state lawmakers have introduced a public university reform legislation that would:

–Abolish DEI bureaucracies
–Prohibit coercive "diversity statements"
–Shut down Critical Race Theory and Gender Studies programs
–Restore the principle of colorblind equality in higher ed
This would be the most ambitious reform to higher education in a half-century. Gov. DeSantis is channeling the sentiment of the voters, who have demanded that taxpayer dollars stop subsidizing left-wing racialist ideology and partisan political activism. Democracy returns.
The full text of the proposed legislation is here:…
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Feb 23
The University of Chicago is offering a racially segregated scholarship that explicitly prohibits white and Asian men from applying. This is a violation of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act—U Chicago is brazenly and openly violating the law.…
So-called "anti-racist discrimination" is still a form of racial discrimination—and illegal under American law. It's time for state attorneys general, and eventually, the federal government, to punish universities that segregate student programs on the basis of race.
University of Chicago is great on free speech and open inquiry, but sadly, has fallen under the spell of neo-racist ideology. The university is violating its own stated principles, and is lying when it says "the University does not discriminate on the basis of race."
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