One of the primary laws of human nature is that people respond to incentives. Changing incentives changes people’s behavior, often dramatically. Ten years ago, if a college student suffered some mild offence, they’d learn that complaining about it would get them labeled a whiner. They had an incentive to shrug it off and move on. […]
The left loves destroying the careers of anyone who dares to disagree with them. At first they destroyed people who actually said offensive things. From there they moved on to destroying people who said things that could be taken more than one way. And now they’ve destroyed the career of someone for not doing . . […]
If someone is really guilty of murder, rape, robbery, assault, fraud, animal abuse - anything where there is an actual victim - I want to see them punished, but that brings in a whole different slew of doubts and problems.