Wednesday, May 10, 2006


Truthiness, even unto its innermost parts

The motto of Brandeis University has been "Truth, even unto its innermost parts." Truth is a scarce resource these days. The school pulled an art exhibit of drawings by Palestinian 12 year olds because they received complaints. Of course, this whole problem could have been avoided if they outlawed crayons.

So pathetic. If they left the damned exhibit alone, we would have likely never read about it.
I'd like to hear their justification. More evidence of Chomsky's "worthy vs. unworthy victim" analysis.
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