It’s like some folks are just not able to process the insanity we are seeing from a part of what some call “The Left.” They just can’t get their heads around it. It’s like their computers are just shutting down. The recent changes in the world seem to have short circuited their brains.
We’ve said some reasonably nice things about Robert Reich in the past. Though he doesn’t understand what crony capitalism is, he appeared to be attempting to understand.
FREE SPEECH. FREE SPEECH. A THOUSAND TIMES. FREE SPEECH!
Much more enlightened times at Berkeley. Long before the PC virus replicated in academia.
This shouldn’t be tolerated anywhere, but particularly at a state school like UC Berkeley. So, many of the people who pay to keep the school open are to be denied entry through the main gate? I don’t think so. Seeing this video just illustrates again why the Alumni Strike is taking hold across the country. Perhaps there should be a taxpayer strike for Cal too.
Seems a good reason to hike tuitions. We need to keep those university administrators in the lifestyle to which they are accustomed. Students? They are at best a secondary concern.
I think that Rand Paul is cracking a code which doesn’t really need cracking for small government folks outside of Washington DC. People are sick of the neoconservatives (who are not conservatives at all by the way – conservatives are not for waging war all over the planet in that name of some American ideal) and they are sick of supposedly small government Republicans spending as much or more than their big government Democratic brethren.
I actually don’t know that for a fact, but anything short of rotten tomatoes probably constitutes a warm reception for a Republican in Berkeley. Actually Rand’s dad was received pretty well but that was after he had bowed out of the presidential race I believe. Regardless the most conservative/libertarian Republican in the Senate for 50 years was welcomed heartily.
Alameda County, across the bay from San Francisco pays its administrator over $400K per year. It will also pay Ms. Susan Muranishi this amount each year of her retirement until she dies.