As multiculturalism becomes the be-all and end-all of our entire  society,   we see and hear of more and more bizarre controversies over subjects which wouldn’t even have been noticed just a few years  ago.

Case in point – a recent media-promoted imbroglio at Lipscomb University, stemming from  a cotton centerpiece.

For the entire article, click here.

Article by Allan Wall, published September 28th, 2017, on VDARE.COM.

NOTE: I did not write the first paragraph of this article , which was put there in the editing process.  The first paragraph refers to  an incident at Washington, D.C.’s American University, which was quite unlike the situation at Lipscomb described in my article.  At American University, somebody put cotton and a Confederate battle flag on a bulletin board, obviously to stir things up.  The situation at Lipscomb was totally different, just a table decoration which offended people.  They are two different situations, and I would not have associated  them.   What I mentioned in my article was a reference to a Hobby Lobby, in which a  customer was offended by a cotton display.  See here and here.  That was more similar to the Lipscomb case, but that was edited out of the article.    To its credit, Hobby Lobby did not apologize for that one.





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