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Colleges Seek Christless Christmas

“Inclusiveness” sucks.

“Diversity” sucks.

Our colleges and universities suck, too.

Yes, throughout this great land of ours, our even greater institutions of higher education are trying to eradicate Christmas–or at least replace it with some meaningless “winter festival” like they do in towns run by Democrats (https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=10242).

The prize goes to University of California, Irvine, for urging its staff to “ensure that office celebrations are not indirectly celebrating a religious holiday.” Indirectly celebrating–what in the world does that mean? They want the office staff to “display diverse symbols,” which means everything but Christian symbols, just like “inclusiveness” means they exclude Christianity. But man! Once you get into that “indirectly” stuff, you don’t know where you’re going! Just about anything might be interpreted as “indirectly celebrating a religious holiday.” Although if it were a non-Christian holiday, that would surely be okay.

State University of New York urges staff and students to “create a winter theme.” Uh, wouldn’t that be, like, a pagan religious celebration? Never mind, as long as it isn’t Christian.

Ohio State requires that any decorations “be secular in nature.” Sorta like when Hillary Clinton had condoms and syringes hung on the White House Christmas tree–er, excuse me, Holiday tree!

Life University (never heard of it) is having a decoration contest whose entries will be judged by their “inclusiveness.”

Hey! Earning a degree in Gender Studies or Superhero Studies is hard work–to say nothing of teaching it. College staff and students need to unwind with a little secular I-hate-Jesus inclusiveness!

The wisest thing we can do for our country is to cut off all public funding to the universities.


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