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Worthy of Note

Posted By Malcolm A. Kline On August 5, 2011 @ 10:39 am In Faculty Lounge | No Comments

Washington Examiner columnist Noemie Emery [1], who writes some of the most thoughtful think pieces around, offered an interesting commentary on what cerebral folks like to call the Zeitgeist—loosely translated as spirit of the times.

“The world would be a better place (and much, much more literate) if there were more people like Allen West and Charlotte Bronte,” Emery wrote recently. “It would be a better place, too, if every department of race/gender studies were shut down immediately, and every ‘professor’ therein put to work cleaning toilets.”

“Transgender toilets, of course.”
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