Academic “experts” continue their efforts to make students unemployable. Exhibit A: Clemson University [SC]’s latest adventure in “the soft bigotry of low expectations” — promoting the idea that “it’s wrong, and probably colonialist, to expect people to show up to a meeting on time,” 

as reports. The school spent over $25,000 on “diversity education and training” featuring an “inclusion awareness course.” The presentation offers scenarios featuring fictional characters to show how to overcome eeevil bias. In one scenario, according to Campus Reform, a guy schedules a 9 a.m. meeting between two groups of visiting professors and students. While the first group arrives early, the second group arrives late. Who’s to blame? The guy who scheduled the meeting. He needs to “recognize cultural differences that may impact the meeting and adjust accordingly.” Because after all, “time may be considered precise or fluid depending on the culture.” The message: punctuality is a useless symbol of Western oppression. Clemson students should test this theory by fluidly showing up for the training course after it’s over.

The Limbaugh Letter June 2017