It isn’t Breakfast Cure or “cultural appropriation” that Professor Kim and the others attacking the congee adaptation object to. It’s the United States of America, the “melting pot,” and individual rights.
Arthur Miller was a moral icon…except when it came to his own son.
Without a trustworthy news media, creatures like Rice will do incalculable damage.
“Give it your best!” Your best brain cells, for example…
“I have begun to believe that so many of these animals below us in the food chain are in fact sentient beings that I should become a milk-and-egg vegetarian. I haven’t done this, for a number of selfish reasons.”
The Obama administration exploited an Achilles heel in our legal system to avoid Constitutional oversight.
Totalitarians think like that, and operate like that. It is called “the ends justify the means,” and its embrace by those in power should cause bi-partisan alarm.
This is the lost post. I have summarized the main points, as only about 20% could be recovered. I am sorry.
Lonnae O’Neal has a right to state her opinion, no matter hwo destructive and wrong, and the right to try to persuade an equally incompetent editor to allow it to be published. Such an editor should not be employed by the Washington Post however.
By the time the killing of Tamir Rice got to the grand jury, it was ethics zugzwang.
Should a university remove works of art on campus because particular groups of students or individual members of such groups find the artwork upsetting, offensive, or a negative influence on their experience?