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Conservative Parkland survivor Kyle Kashuv’s fight with Harvard, explained

Conservative Parkland survivor Kyle Kashuv’s fight with Harvard, explained

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  • It doesn't seem like Kashuv's casual racism at 16-years-old was a "mistake." There's obvious anger and hatred behind his words—and now that he's suffering the consequences, he's changed his tune. Sickening to think that this kid is considered a conservative activist. There's room to discuss the 2nd amendment

    It doesn't seem like Kashuv's casual racism at 16-years-old was a "mistake." There's obvious anger and hatred behind his words—and now that he's suffering the consequences, he's changed his tune. Sickening to think that this kid is considered a conservative activist. There's room to discuss the 2nd amendment, but this child is not somebody our society should look to as a leader. Good on Harvard for rescinding his admission.

  • A really well written article that shows both sides of the issue. The cultural friction that is heating up in America does need to be addressed and defused and the sooner the better for all. It is really easy to feel both sides of this friction for those of us in NY who are both socially liberal but

    A really well written article that shows both sides of the issue. The cultural friction that is heating up in America does need to be addressed and defused and the sooner the better for all. It is really easy to feel both sides of this friction for those of us in NY who are both socially liberal but conservative for foreign and economic policy because the worst is being ostracized and blamed by both camps.

  • In 2017 Harvard pulled acceptances from 10 students for racist online chat. This type of thing is not new and it’s not clearly political either

  • I wonder if Kyle would have experienced the same thing if his comments were antisemetic instead of the "n" word? It seems that certain groups/ races are more highly protected and utterance of a slur, no matter how, when etc, can have disastrous effects. Why does this sanctified status only apply to some groups and not all?