ISIS graffiti at college campus doesn't spark protests


Perhaps the college craziness has subsided, and students are no longer seeking to elevate every stupid thing that's said to the level of "violence" or "oppression."

Sure, just today I wrote about a Canadian college suspending free yoga classes because the most precious of student snowflakes felt the practice of stretching and breathing was "cultural appropriation."

But here in America, the two weeks of protests, in which there were numerous claims of anonymous students saying and doing racist things, seem to have ended. The obvious explanation is that students are returning from the sheltering cocoon they are demanding from their colleges to the sheltering cocoon of their mommy and daddy's house.