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The Campus Witch Trials

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Many college students seem baffled or even outraged by opinions that differ from their own. We hear phrases like safe spaces, trigger warnings, and virtue signaling. What’s going on? Has the same psychology that caused religious persecutions returned? Has it infected the majority of students and faculty across the country, or just a vocal few? Guest Donald Boudreaux joins hosts James Harrigan and Antony Davies to sift through the loudest arguments coming from our nation’s universities in this week’s episode of Words & Numbers.  Win tickets to FEEcon 2019! Show Notes:  Nuclear fusion Artificial intelligence Cancer cure Longevity gene Cure for bubble boy disease Brian Lamb retiring Foolishness of the week: San Francisco: Poop in the streets Washington DC: Homelessness Seattle is dying Topic of the week: Silencing Dissent Donald Boudreaux Donald Boudreaux on Brett Kavanaugh and GMU Join the conversation: Words & Numbers Backstage Antony Davies on Twitter James R. Harrigan on Twitter Antony Davies on Minds.com James R. Harrigan on Minds.com Let us know what you think  at: wordsandnumberspodcast@gmail.com  

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