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Sunday, November 20, 2005

A Member of the Vast Heteronormative Conspiracy

Matthew Petterson, who blogs on the Claremont Institute's blog, The Remedy, and who also happens to hail from That Anonymous College, has some interesting Heteronormative Ramblings on the Highly Ranked (in two parts) regarding the ridiculous behavior at the "top ranked" universities that belies their lack of what it was that made them tops in the first place.

I am not sure what upsets me more, the universities' obvious, malicious attempt to change the culture which is by every right my own, or the fact that they are turning generations of what are supposedly America's brightest into pusillanimous whiners.

The Claremont Review of Books, which is always in season, ran this essay, Profiles in Diversity, last summer regarding the further destructive, yet all too passe, behavior at America's greatest money pits.

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