Monday, February 20, 2017

See THE CAMPUS RAPE FRENZY reviews on Amazon then read NYTimes quotation

There is no question about it--phony statistics believed by good people and extreme political correctness has been destroying the lives of young men who have been denied due process. See my review on Amazon, and now several other very careful reviews of the book by Johnson and Taylor. This new development is scariest of all: If this Times article is right, thousands of bureaucrats are in danger of losing their jobs--jobs based upon an extreme interpretation of Title IX. Rather than have thousands of bureaucrats lose their jobs, shall we continue to wreck the lives of many young college males? A small price to pay in order to keep zealots in their jobs?

Here is a quotation from "Universities Face Pressure to Hold the Line on Title IX" in the New York TIMES on 18 February 2017, by Anemona Hartocollis: "Advocates are starting a campaign to try to persuade colleges to maintain the Obama administration’s tough policies for protecting women on campuses from sexual assault, even if the Trump administration relaxes enforcement. Many people expect the Trump administration to tilt the balance of federal guidance to make it harder to discipline the thousands of students, almost all of them men, who are accused of sexual violence against women each year. Women’s groups are leading the push, along with an organization that represents the campus administrators responsible for enforcing federal sexual assault policy — a group whose numbers have grown into the thousands in just a few years." Think about that! Thousands of employees have a vested interest in punishing young male college students. That's their job. My goodness gracious, if we try to protect young men we may put thousands of rabid bureaucrats out of work! Far, far better to ruin the lives of a few hundred or a few thousand young men each year! What a world!

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