The Coddling of American Minds. This lengthy article deals with the growing problem of political correctness on College campuses, specifically, the increasingly accepted use of Trigger Warnings and Micro-aggressions to quell the possibility of offending students. It argues that this approach creates an ironically more hostile world with a greater divide between groups, and does a disservice to students who will one day face the real world. It begins by outlining the change through time and tracing it's origins with the use of many colourful examples, most of which are hard to accept as being true, and continues to argue that the model is backwards. Instead of coddling students, shielding them from any perceived threat and possible offence, the answer should be a cognitive behavioural therapy approach. Instead of protecting students from ideas, the goal should be to equip them do handle them when they are welcomed by the world which is full of these ideas that are not so easily controlled as they are in an institution designed to shelter minds. I don't have much to comment on this, but it hits on topics that are prevalent in the War Room, and I'm sure many of you will enjoy reading this.