In Search of Sanity

In Search of Sanity

August 21, 2019 100 By Stanley Isaacs


— Partnerships with Planned Parenthood, ‘queering’ the Bible, and segregation on campus? We’re counting down some of the most insane efforts of indoctrination on college campuses as we search for sanity that could save the next generation of Americans. Five: North Dakota State University paid over 165 thousand dollars to Planned Parenthood during the year 2018 in order to host “safe spaces” sex education workshops in K-through-12 schools. …yes, you heard that right: A public university teamed up with the nation’s largest abortion chain to teach little children about sex starting in kindergarten. Four: Virginia Tech University is actually offering segregated graduation ceremonies. That means that they want black students, native American students, and LGBT students to graduate separately from straight, white students. Haven’t we seen this before? This sounds pretty REgressive, not PROgressive. Three: If you’re an incoming freshman at the University of Texas at Austin: BEWARE. A student group called the ‘Autonomous Student Network’ has threatened to ‘dox’ students who consider joining Turning Point USA or the Young Conservatives of Texas during summer oriantation. For those who don’t know, ‘doxxing’ involves the public posting of someone’s personal information, like their phone number, email, or address online. Two: Students at George Washington University voted to get rid of the ‘Colonials’ mascot because the word ‘colonial’ is supposedly received as extremely offensive. Apparently, the word ‘colonial’ glorifies systemic oppression. Don’t ask students what that means because they really don’t know, but it sounds pretty bad. One: Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania is offering courses titled ‘Queering God’ and ‘Queering the Bible’. I didn’t even realize ‘queer’ was a verb! The classes explore the gender identity of God and provide a feminist and queer perspective of the Bible. Thankfully, there are colleges still committed to true education and exposing young adults to all ideas, even those that might potentially be offensive. Today, we say good for you to the University of Colorado. The University of Colorado Board of Regents is giving all incoming students a letter expressing the University’s commitment to free speech and expression. It’s great to see a university stand for intellectual diversity. In search of sanity, I’m Isabel Brown for Prager University. Thank you for watching this video. To help keep PragerU videos free, please consider making a tax-deductible donation.