Archive for the ‘students’ Category

Comments Off on The Hidden Legacy of Columbine: Ignorance About School Violence

REASON – Today, on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine massacre, students around the country skipped classes as part of a National School Walkout to protest gun violence. This is the latest attempt by survivors of the recent mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, to keep the public focused on school violence and on the various […]

Comments Off on France Shows What You Actually Get with Democratic Socialism

FEE.ORG – Strikes and blockades have spread across France as President Emmanuel Macron spends his time touring Europe with a new EU agenda.The French state-run railway service, SNCF, is currently dealing with massive strikes on both the regional and the high-speed inter-city lines. The unions CGT and SUD-Rail are striking in opposition to any change […]

Comments Off on What Happens When an MBA Student Raised in Communist China Reads Hayek

Southern Watchman says:   Freedom is the right choice. Always. Cheers and watch your six, – Southern Watchman   FEE.ORG – Imagine being born during the bloody Cultural Revolution in China and growing up in a country with little economic or personal freedom. Few Chinese citizens had the knowledge that human rights are not granted […]

Comments Off on Duke Students Who Hijacked Alumni Event: Punishing Us Would Hurt Us Mentally

Southern Watchman says:   Sounds like these morons need to take Responsibility and Accountability 101 Cheers and watch your six, – Southern Watchman   REASON – Two dozen student activists crashed an alumni event at Duke University on Saturday, using a megaphone to make their demands and drown out the speaker, Duke President Vincent Price. […]

How Not to Be a Snowflake at Work

Posted: 17th April 2018 by SouthernWatchman in FEE, SafeSpace, snowflake, SouthernWatch, students
Comments Off on How Not to Be a Snowflake at Work

FEE.ORG – Resilience, a crucial emotional attribute for a happy and successful life, is in decline across college campuses and workplaces. The head of counseling at one major university recently observed “a decrease in the ability of many young people to manage the everyday bumps in the road of life.” In a memo, which was shared […]