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Two signs of our future: one scary, and one offers hope

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There are two things going on in our country that have drawn attention in recent days. One is very troubling — the rise of anti-Semitism on the nation’s college campuses.

The other is good — the defeat of school board candidates endorsed by Moms for Liberty. It was reported in Bloomberg, “A handful of U.S.

colleges, including Columbia University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, have started to take action against pro-Palestinian protests deemed to be against school rules or hostile to Jewish students.

Columbia University on Friday temporarily suspended two student groups supporting the Palestinian cause that it said repeatedly violated university policy after an unauthorized event proceeded “despite warnings and included threatening rhetoric and intimidation,” the Ivy League school said.” The report went on “MIT stopped short of suspending students because of potential visa issues, but barred them from non-campus activities while the school investigates a protest conducted in defiance of school rules that was “disruptive, loud and sustained through the morning hours.” Other reporting spoke of Harvard and Yale, among other top law schools, receiving a letter of warning from some of the nation’s top law firms, asking them to do something, and take a stand with regard to the rising anti-Semitism on their campuses.

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