What is Happening on America's College Campuses?

Milo Yiannopoulos recently went to DePaul University to give one of his famous speeches from The Dangerous Faggot Tour and was met with hostile students that literally stopped his show.

So far, during his tour, Milo has been confronted with many far left wing students who have protested and disrupted his shows but, this is the first time he has had to shut down completely.

One of the protesters identified as being from Black Lives Matter literally went up on stage, grabbed a microphone, and proceeded to strike Milo in the face. Milo sat stoic, obviously hoping for the young woman to calm down or have security remove her. His own security did nothing.

In the following clip you can see one of the male protesters just pace back and forth on the stage, refusing to leave. He actually turns toward Milo at one point (near the end), and threatens him (though we cannot hear the threat, it's clear he said something).

As you can see the security staff did nothing. They did not stop these protesters from disturbing the event. How can any campus justify this? For all the talk liberals make of safe spaces, why on earth would they not allow for conservatives to have the same benefit? You can bet this would never happen during an event where a progressive liberal would take center stage.

American college campuses should exemplify free speech and challenge thoughts and ideas. The fact that Milo's show was shut down should give all of us a wake-up call as to the state of free speech in this country. We have failed at explaining why this freedom is so important and paramount to our republic.


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Response to Jacob M

This letter is a response to a person who recently asked me to view a video concerning the scientific proof of G-d.

For anyone interested in watching the video:


Since time is of constraint, I have chosen to reply via this post. Thank you very much for sharing this video with me.

The video link sent to me is one I've viewed prior, closer to its published date in 2013. However, I did review it again, minus the question and answer section.

The video in question discusses both the expansion and fine-tuning of the universe. The known expansion of the universe implies a beginning of time and this coupled with the various and specific constants of the universe may very well indicate a creator of the universe. These points do seem to be rather intriguing and may catalyze one to seek for more answers. However, most scientists will view this same information in an evolutionary paradigm. The conclusion is merely considered the result of confirmation bias. To which I say, that's okay.

For myself, I believe in having faith in G-d. If anyone should have the ability to "prove" G-d, our faith would cease to exist and this very faith is what is required for a relationship with G-d.

Heb 11:6 Without faith it is impossible to please him (G-d): for he that cometh to G-d must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him. We need to please G-d and if we approach Him not in faith, we can't please Him. The importance of faith is that without faith, you can't please G-d.

Science certainly should not be ignored, but rather than trying to mold the idea of a creator together with science, I have found these ideas are merely heterogeneous, not homogeneous.They simply do not answer the same questions.

If you do not own a concordance, I would highly suggest getting one. You may have one located at the back of your Bible. The internet can work well but sometimes it can be rather limiting. Be sure to look up the passages that deal with "faith."

I have long left organized religion yet I have great respect for Christianity and do find it to be the most inclusive and benign. However, the brand of Christianity I speak of is early Christianity, what the early Christians taught just after Jesus. It is important to study world religions in order to understand history and the civilizations throughout the world. The United States is greatly influenced by Judeo-Christian values. These are the foundation of our court systems and our Constitution.

You may enjoy this video with Camile Paglia. She also touches upon Hitchens, which we only merely touched upon in our prior discussion.

Isaac Newton, the founder of Physics:

The following website I really enjoy, however I don't agree with everything they claim. The conspiracy stuff they publish is nonsensical yet, there are some great Bible studies here and one of my favorite concerns who the real first pope of Rome was. If you're up to the challenge, I warn it will take some time to get through but, here's the link.

I have previously written about the topic of hell; you can find these posts here and here.

I apologize for the long-winded response however, I did not want you to feel as though I have dismissed you. It is merely circumstantial that our time to discuss this is limited and this happens to be a topic of great interest for me.

Best of luck to you in the future and of course you now know where to find me now if you have any further questions or comments.


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