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Jordan Peterson

The Canadian author was prescribed anti-anxiety medication when his wife was diagnosed with cancer.
The controversial professor was not mentioned in the shooter's alleged manifesto.
Instead of saving men from radicalization, Peterson is normalizing their radical views on "enforced monogamy," to the applause of his fans.
Students who engage in pro-Palestine activism are often faced with incredible obstacles to their free expression on campus.
"Free speech" is too costly for the disenfranchised, and this will never change when the system in power profits from this imbalance.
The university argues that a loud, unruly, physically disruptive mob should be entitled to shut down campus events, as long as the mob is non-violent.
It is becoming increasingly popular - and effective - to impose security fees on student groups that seek to host a controversial speaker, or to express an unpopular view. By extorting those who seek only to exercise their legal rights, universities are blaming the victims and encouraging the bullies.
Identity politics, long well entrenched in the liberal arts circles of academia, have seemingly broken out of the confines of campus debates and critical theory textbooks, and emerged into the mainstream, suddenly becoming a heated theme in the media.
About Jordan Peterson
Jordan Peterson is a Canadian psychologist and a professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. He’s the author of “12 Rules For Life” and has attracted controversy for being an outspoken advocate for free speech, particularly on university campuses.