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Mizzou Misérable: Here’s What These Fascist Student Protesters Are Actually Demanding

The kiddie Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact is in full swing. One the one hand, we’ve got the Pantywaist Fascists too timid to handle “microaggressions” but just aggressive enough to call the cops for hurt feelings, the racists who ban white students from their “safe spaces,” and their weak-kneed allies calling for “muscle” against reporters. On the other, we’ve got the intellectual flotsam of the Occupy Wall Street movement, insisting that the one-percenters at the banks that grant loans now hand that money over for free so that they can use it for their vital degree in gender studies and their concentration in lesbian dance theory.

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Leftist Media Picked Missouri Mob over Vanderbilt Rape Victims

America is again engulfed in a barrage of grievance-driven tumult brought to us by victim-focused racial identity demagogues, who have long-preferred theatricality over reality. Although the flood of media attention on purported incidences of racism at the University of Missouri has forced the school’s president to resign, it also overshadowed another vexing social malady.

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The Ferguson Effect: USC to Vote on ‘Diversity’ Resolution

The “Ferguson effect” appears to be spreading from the University of Missouri to other campuses. On Tuesday, USC’s student body will vote on a controversial campus resolution urging $100 million be spent on mandatory diversity classes to create an “inclusion climate” on campus.

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‘A University of Which the Football Team Could Be Proud’

“I would like to build a university of which the football team could be proud,” quipped the late University of Oklahoma President George Lynn Cross. On Monday, University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe left a university of which his football team could be proud. Everyone else remains puzzled.

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Mizzou Football Players Divided on Strike After Coach Cancels Practice

More than thirty University of Missouri student-athletes interlocked arms for a picture this weekend conveying their solidarity to boycott football until school president Tim Wolfe resigns or receives his termination. But an anonymous player says the team is not as united as that photograph suggests.