The vitriol and hostility in our nation is reaching levels we haven't seen since the late 1960s.
The home turf of the counter culture is now openly showing their intolerance and aggression toward the male gender and the people whose skin is white. None of the words of Ilhan Omar's hostile quote even infers that intolerance is the problem she fears. In fact, she openly embraces her own intolerance. She is not alone, but she has become the poster image of the violent and intolerable left. Last weekend that intolerance was on display in Oklahoma when a mob took over some roadways in Lawton, OK. A thug wearing a "Punch Nazis" shirt decided that a lone marcher with an alternative view should not have the same access to the public streets.
Imagine the social outrage if a Republican congressman openly said; "America should be more fearful of Colored Women". His political career would be over.
Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan would be running to microphones to condemn their fellow Republican. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson would hold telethon fundraisers for liberal candidates based solely on the Republican quote.
The vast majority of public colleges are now openly hostile toward any free expressions on campus, coming from the ideology of the right. Some faculty at times openly encourage the thuggish misbehavior and violence on campus. It is now dangerous to hold any conservative convictions while attending many state colleges around the nation, even in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma legislature largely allows the environment. Finally, this past session, the legislature mandated that colleges could not relegate free speech to an isolated little compound off the beaten path, and then ban unapproved speech from the rest of the higher education campus.
A few years ago, OU President David Boren expelled a student for participating in an old racist chant in a private vehicle, miles away from the campus. But the OU faculty has at times been blind and deaf to organized leftist intolerance right outside the Norman campus administration buildings.