FPIW’s Second ‘College Kids Say’ Video Launches with 15k views


The second episode in FPIW’s wildly popular College Kids Say the Darndest Things series launched Monday afternoon, just hours after the federal government inserted themselves into the battle between the unrealistic social justice agenda and biological science.

This episode, filmed near Seattle University, a Jesuit private school, asks college students if there is a difference between men and women.  Some of the answers are hilarious, bizarre, and alarming.  Is this really what our institutions of higher education are teaching?

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4 replies
  1. Shiral Boone
    Shiral Boone says:

    Most 6 or 7 year olds know the difference. People are paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to UNEDUCATE THE NEXT GENERATION.

  2. Kyle
    Kyle says:

    These scholars are certainly enlightened, aren’t they? H-m-m-m. . . If this is what “evolution” and the impact of academia is currently having on our young people, then it seems that acknowledging the difference between reality and fantasy, fact from opinion is no longer relevant in our culture, This kind of thinking is so warped that it is not only concerning, but dangerous. What other ideas do these students/ sheep embrace and how far will they go to be politically correct? Finally, what kind of parenting produces offspring that can be so easily seduced by what tickles their ears and wins them approval? Whatever happened to developing higher level thinking skills and testing out what is dished out to you to find out if there is any basis for or truth to what you’re being told? Should we base our choices solely on feelings or what the government or the internet says as opposed to what reason reveals to us? Oh, I forgot. Truth is no longer absolute anymore but fluid according to the progressive gurus (who guide liberal education these days). And being happy and celebrating only those who agree with you (and showing contempt for those who don’t) is now the standard for living life and for human relations. These kids will never grow up until they learn the meaning of “discernment” and thinking for themselves. They need a lot of prayer because they are lost.


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