He didn't even get to the interesting questions, like, "How do you feel about a campus sanctuary from federal laws against discrimination based on race, gender, or sexual orientation?"
But more to your point, yes, I love the idea that the campus border must provide a secure protection against incursion by those bad people with alien values.
There should be a safe space from reality. It is intrusive, and respects no boundary's. Reality is "ist" to the 'nth". It must be stopped now! Seriously, these sorts of interviews are of concern, mostly because I don't have a handle on the prevalence of the idiocy. Is it half the student body? a quarter? a tenth? The idea that they vote, and can have a say in my destiny, is somewhat terrifying.
I demand my safe space for the pursuit of reality; logic; and cold, hard, unsympathetic facts. In the heart of campus, in the libraries, in the humanities and sociology classrooms.I demand my curmudgeon safe space on campus.Eric Hines
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