Friday, November 02, 2018

Instances Of Communism- College Student Publishes “Rape” List

Society is both stupid and boisterously insufferable from an activism standpoint, as the assault on history continues with a noxious agenda intertwined with hapless dreams of utopia in creating a culture worthy of an anthill. The frank intolerance and implacability from the extremes of both sides is threatening to transform at least the urbanized parts of the nation into bastions of communism, where the Constitution and basic individual rights are muddled by the crocodile tears of the apparent victims, minorities, entitled intellectuals, and the lazy bums of addicted to soulless bureaucracy of unchecked government.

In a narrative that transcends the basic framework of linguistics, logic, common sense, and decency, a student at the University has founded a website where alleged victims of sexual assaults are encouraged, no given a celebratory parade and a federal grant, to name the alleged perpetrator. Ironically, the Seattle Times reported on this deplorable and disgusting reality in guaranteeing that the founder of the website would not be named in the article. Just another wonderful instance of the mainstream media helping to forward a dangerous agenda to the basic pillars of liberty.

While this whole scenario is about to explode with legal ramifications as to libel and slander, as none of the listed individuals have been formally accused, have the brilliant folks supporting the accusers forgotten the hysteria surrounding the Duke Lacrosse team rape case or Rolling Stone publishing the “a rape on campus” article that was based on a blatant lie? Please read the comments in regards to the Times article at your own risk, as the power of the anonymity breeds ridiculous and disturbing thoughts, with absolutely no regard for the basic right of innocent before proven guilty.

College campuses are already a vast over compensation of liberal tendencies bordering on totalitarianism, and allowing this list as a community only furthers the idea that reasonable families should seriously consider alternatives to higher education, as campaigns of reverse discrimination are commonplace on the fervid academic islands of affirmative action.

The title of the movement behind the damaging website, “Make Them Scared”, says it all. What chance in hell does a male on campus stand now if the other party on a date feels inclined to simply stir up some trouble just because they are having a bad day? This completely discourages men and women to have any sort of dating life, as it will always be in the background that outside the confines of the legal system, a reputation can simply be damaged on a whim. Just ask the team members of the Duke Lacrosse team the public scrutiny and life altering damnation they faced in the wake of prosecutor Nifong’s transgressions, or the tar and feather media campaign led by the intolerable Nancy Grace and her team of feminist goons.

Unfortunately, rapes do happen in the real world and offenders are brought to justice, yet giving young people a free forum to accuse an individual of heinous and violent acts without judge and jury is beyond reproach and similar to the misinformation disaster that is the social networks based on no consequences due to anonymity is probably one of the top ten worst ideas in history. That being said, the spurious and detrimental and underlying principles of an internet corrupted by a noxious bias and patrolled by administrators controlled by an ant hill mentality, is the furthest destination from freedom in a vapid galaxy of counterproductive group think. As societal laws are being projected electronically, the very basis of reality and culture are implied instead of lived. Success is measured through victimhood, rather than merit, and the world is a worse place as a result. Chillingly, science fiction is being intertwined into the fabric of the possible as the majority of the population simply believes it, because they read it.


Free speech on campus isn't so free when it's tied up in red tape

Towson University, a public university within Towson, Md., currently holds a yellow free speech rating from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.

This color rating system is used by the organization to illuminate the limits each university imposes on their students' freedom of speech. Green means a college has no policy that directly inhibits free speech. Yellow means a college either uses an ambiguous policy that can be interpreted in such a way as to limit free speech or has a policy that directly imposes a more limited amount of protected expression. Red means a college makes use of at least one policy that does directly limit a student’s right to freedom of speech.

Towson University’s yellow rating indicates that students should be aware the college has multiple concerning policies. One such policy is 06-04.11 — Policy on Time, Place, and Manner. This policy states, “Students, Student Groups, faculty or staff planning Expressive Activity must contact the following offices in advance of any planned Expressive Activity: the Office of Campus Life (Students and Student groups); the Office of the Provost (faculty); and the Office of the Vice President for Administration and Finance (staff).”

 This policy forces students to go through a tangled web of bureaucracy in order to receive approval for any sort of demonstration or event on campus. At any step in the process, any of these three offices could shut down a potential event with one simple rejection. Even if the students receive an affirmative answer from two of the offices, the third one can shut them down. Going through the process of gaining approval from three different offices is itself extraneous and is likely designed to frustrate students into giving up should any potential demonstration be deemed “controversial” by college administrators.

The college makes use of various other ambiguous policies that can be bent in such a way as to fit the needs of college demonstrators. Towson's prohibited conduct policy in the Code of Student Conduct states that “[a]buse of any person; this includes verbal, written, electronic, or telephone abuse” is banned. The policy is so vague and nonspecific it can be applied to almost any situation depending on the whims of administrative staff.

Towson University initially responded to the Washington Examiner, but later ceased to answer questions concerning the abovementioned policies and did not respond to repeated emails asking for further clarification.

“This is exactly the kind of situation that warrants highlighting,” said Young Americans for Liberty Director of Free Speech, Alexander Staudt. “The administration is hiding behind vague policies that give them the authority to shut down students’ First Amendment rights.”


The university degrees that will earn you big bucks and the ones that will leave you empty-handed (communications and tourism students look away now)

Australia's best and worst universities and degrees for landing a high-paying job after graduation have been revealed in a new report into higher education.

The 2018 Graduate Outcomes Survey showed the best courses but also laid bare which degrees are the worst when it came to job availability and pay rises.

The study showed that nine in ten tertiary graduates were working full-time three years after graduating, with an average salary of $70,000.

The latest data from Australia's largest higher education survey was based on the responses of 40,000 students who graduated in 2014 from 60 institutions across Australia.

Graduates who studied medicine, pharmacy and engineering were enjoying the highest average salaries by 2018, with their pay going up by 78 per cent between their entry-level post-graduation jobs and the positions they were filling four years down the line.

Medicine graduates were earning $65,000 straight out of uni in 2015, but that jumped to $98,000 in 2018.

The highest-paid profession four years after university was dentistry, with the class of 2014 averaging $118,000 in salary this year.

On the other end of the scale, teaching degrees had the worst outcomes for graduates when it came to salary growth, with pay only increasing by 15 percent over the four-year period.

When it came to finding work, the worst outcomes were for graduates in tourism, hospitality, personal services, sport and recreation, with only 48 per cent finding a job within a year of gaining a degree.

It was little better for those in the creative arts, such as communications, where the rate of employment in year one was 48.3 per cent - the same percentage as those with degrees in maths and science despite schools trying to push more female students into that sector.

However, all fields of study had an employment rate of at least 85 per cent by year four, indicating the value of tertiary study.

 'A university degree expands your horizons, challenges you and remains one of the surest ways to find full-time work, even when the labour market has been doing it tough,' Universities Australia chief executive Catriona Jackson said in a statement.

'Four out of five people with undergraduate qualifications are working in managerial and professional occupations. These are exactly the type of jobs that the Australian Bureau of Statistics says require a Bachelor’s degree or higher.'

Sydney graduates fared better than their Melbourne counterparts when it comes to salaries.

University of Sydney’s class of 2014 were earning a median salary of $73,000 by 2018, $8000 more than their University of Melbourne counterparts.

Three years after graduation, universities with the highest full-time employment rates for undergraduates include Charles Sturt University in regional New South Wales (93.6 per cent) and Murdoch University in Perth (93.2), followed by University of Technology Sydney (92.7), Canberra's Australian National University (92.2)  and University of South Australia (91.8).


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