This is old news. It shouldn’t be news at all, but …
Mike Adams teaches criminology at UNC-Wilmington. These are some of his opening remarks this August to his class about political correctness.
“If we don’t reverse this dangerous trend … there will soon be a majority of young people who will need to walk around in plastic bubble suits to protect them in the event that they come into contact with a dissenting viewpoint. That mentality is unworthy of an American. It’s hardly worthy of a Frenchman.”
(He and I probably share the same viewpoint about Jerry Lewis, too.)
In conclusion …
“First, get out of my class. … Just tell them you don’t believe in true diversity and you want to be surrounded by people who agree with your twisted interpretation of the Constitution simply because they are the kind of people who will protect you from having your beliefs challenged or your feelings hurt.”
“Second, withdraw from the university. … Go get a job building houses so you can work with some illegal aliens who will help you gain a better appreciation of what this country has to offer.
“Finally, if this doesn’t work then I would simply ask you to get the hell out of the country. … Please move to some place like Cuba where you can enjoy the company of Communists and get excellent health care. Just hop on a leaky boat and start paddling your way towards utopia. You will not be missed.
According to the online Independent Journal, Professor Adams won a court victory over the school this year after he was denied a promotion. That’s probably why the original version in Townhall.com included this introduction: “Feel free to use this material if you already have tenure.”