Selwyn Duke

"A chicken-hearted poitician in every office and a boy in every girls' locker room." Could this be presidential contender John Kasich's new campaign slogan? 

“Go Western, young man” is the message. Some Stanford University students want required Western Civilization curriculum reinstated at their school, 28 years after it was nixed following the agitation of protesters chanting “Hey, hey, ho, ho, Western Civ has got to go!"

“See something, say nothing” seems to be the message of the German government, and they do have ways of making you not talk. This is apparent after the Berlin Police conducted large-scale raids on Wednesday — on Internet users.

That there could be a headline reading “John McCain: Salute to a Communist” certainly is a sign of the times. It also explains why the Arizona senator is the mainstream media’s “favorite Republican.” 

American student Otto Warmbier was recently seen in a video released by North Korea, after being accused of crimes against the state, tearfully pleading for mercy. But he may instead endure a horrible existence that most Americans can't even imagine.

“Europe’s Muslims hate the West” is not a title from Jihad Watch or Gates of Vienna, but left-leaning website Politico. It could make one wonder if Trumpian immigration policy will one day be the norm.

“The Devil went down to Georgia,” sang Charlie Daniels — now he has gone up to Colorado. But the matter isn’t a fiddling contest but fiddling while education burns, as some Centennial State schools plan to offer their students satanic and atheistic literature.

With academia churning out increasingly ignorant masses, we may want to remember Thomas Jefferson's warning, "If a nation expects to be ignorant and free ... it expects what never was and never will be."

 

 

 

Execute homosexuals if you must — but don’t dare refuse to bake them a cake before sending them to the gallows. Some could interpret this as the position of many American businesses, as they successfully lobbied against a Georgia religious-freedom bill.

Donald Trump may be eluding the thought police's snares. But as an ex-tennis official has learned the hard way, political correctness is still alive and well. 

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