“…The upshot is that most Arts and Humanities graduates are not fit for actual life, having learned little except how to parrot their activist professors, chant slogans, howl vulgarities and shut down speaking events with which they disagree. Such skills are not particularly marketable and the classifieds are not infinitely elastic. A still-functioning market will eventually pronounce a harshly punitive verdict on the massive cohort of mediocrities who continue to graduate on greased skids into the real world….”
And by the way – the votes of these intellectually-and-economically-retarded children cancel all of the electoral power of the entire 6500+ daily WRSA readership by a factor of no less than 1000x.
Chew on that conundrum for a bit.