The National Post has some very interesting observations by one Barbara Kay on the politics of T-Shirts. I read this about lunch time, and was so struck by the truth of what she said that I had to root through my backpack (in the middle of the food court), pull out my pen, and underline some of the more potent quotes. For example:
Nowadays, academic gurus -- virtually all left-wing -- do the R and D on theory, download it into their students as packaged, sloganized positions and these eager acolytes, superficially empowered but context-deprived, market them in demonstrations and marches. They in turn are applauded, not for their intellectual rigour, but for their mindless passion.
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