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November 20, 2015
I missed the turbulent, riotous demonstrations of the 1960’s, so I’m eagerly watching what’s happening on college campuses today. I’m taking for granted this is kind of a callback to those thrilling days of yesteryear when peace and love (and the occasional bombing or call to the National Guard) were commonplace at good ol’ State U.
I can’t wait for old hippies to raid their local institution of higher learning and burn their AARP cards, singing “we shall overcome” and smoking e-marijuana. Or, at least burning incense. They represent the aging of Aquarius, and for many it hasn’t been pleasant.
The crack staff here at Taylor Mason Headquarters did some research at a couple of major universities here in the USA, and here is – apparently – the way that open debates and the exchange of ideas work today in the hallowed halls of expensive, traditional private and public colleges: