By: Diane Benjamin
ISU President Dietz has caved to the Cancel Culture. He thinks it isn’t fair to ask students to live in Watterson Towers in houses named for historic figures ISU likely has no classes that even discuss. His Assistant for Diversity (head divider) told him.
Dietz doesn’t know the Cancel Culture never quits, especially when they get a victory. Erasing history does little when actually teaching it does far more to prevent the injustices of the past. Education and a college evidently don’t mix.
Dietz looks to be a German name. Will the Cancel Culture look at your ancestry Mr. President? Got anything hiding in the family tree? Have you committed any micro-aggressions? The left is already plotting their next attack.
Even with declining revenues, the Town of Normal went ahead an hired a Director of Propaganda (communications). Staff got raises while businesses were shut down. Many citizens lost their jobs and they have no idea how many students will be back on campus. Pensions are destroying budgets and this year will be a worse. The Town continues to search for grants for the underpass only they want. The Town needs grants to fix West College, and don’t forget the massive debt Uptown put everybody in. (the short list of citizen grievances!)
But Normal needs a new employee complete with benefits – paid for by taxpayers – and a pension. Brilliant
I hope Pam didn’t tell her the job was permanent! April 2021 might just change everything.
A week or so ago Jenn Carrillo decided to FOLLOW me on twitter, so I followed her back. It’s been entertaining!
Yesterday she was upset with the Democrat Party (who isn’t?):
This stuff just shows up when I’m playing on Twitter. I was of course forced to respond:
Jenn’s response says everything people need to know about socialists and radicals, they don’t get into politics to be public servants:
She quit responding after this:
Truth in media is dead.
I know the Pantagraph received the same CD with the entire body-cam of the Taylors and the neighbors that I did. They chose not to report the truth by saying they were protecting the identities of the “neighbors”.
The paper covered the “book parade” extensively yesterday, even included a video. All those participants were as uniformed as the people who lived behind the Iron Curtain thanks to the ace reporters at the Pantagraph.
If you are one of the few that still subscribe: They canceled being journalists – cancel them.