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University Says ‘Action Could Be Taken’ Against Students If ‘Misgendering’ Or ‘Pronoun Misuse’ Complaints Are Filed

University Says ‘Action Could Be Taken’ Against Students If ‘Misgendering’ Or ‘Pronoun Misuse’ Complaints Are Filed

Kendall Tietz  Students at Park Point University received an email that said “action could be taken” over complaints of “misgendering” or “pronoun misuse,” according to the school’s anti-discrimination policy, Campus Reform reported. The Misgendering, Pronoun Misuse and Deadnaming Policy said that “any individual who has been informed of another person’s gender identity, pronouns, or chosen […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Sticks And Stones

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Sticks And Stones

  By L. Neil Smith Michael Weatherly is an actor, probably best known for playing “Very Special Agent” Anthony DiNozzo, Jr. on N.C.I.S. a popular long-running police procedural television series where he was the “second banana”, and more recently for his own series Bull, about a “trial science expert”, inspired by the early career of […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — Arguing with a Snowflake

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — Arguing with a Snowflake

. By L. Neil Smith  Recently, out of the blue. I received a Facebook communication from an old friend of perhaps 30 years who has apparently become another Precious Snowflake. It was nothing but one long, hysterical rant, as you will see. I decided to answer the man point-for-point, not because I thought it will […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE — The Deadly Price of Collectivism

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE — The Deadly Price of Collectivism

. By L. Neil Smith  When my parents were kids, almost a hundred years ago, a highly popular preoccupation of what is now the tinfoil hat brigade was “white slavery” in which young Caucasian women were supposedly being kidnapped all the time by mustachioed villains or wily Chinamen and pressed into the fate worse than […]