Duke Basketball Loss Sad But Good
By Larry Klayman
April 1, 2019
I am a very proud alumnus of Duke University, having graduated in 1973 at the end of the Vietnam War. Indeed, I had worked hard to be accepted, graduating fifth in my class a Harriton High School, a sister school of Lower Merion High School on the Philadelphia Main Line, then one of the best school districts in the nation. Ironically, Kobe Bryant many years later was a product of Lower Merion.
In recent years, I have kept track of Duke both in the media and by reading its publications. It has taken a turn hard left and now has seemingly become the "Berkeley of the South." Notwithstanding the scandalous Duke LaCrosse Team debacle, which tarred innocent white male student players as racists over false allegations of rape by African American women, the schools kowtowing to Muslim students who wanted to disrupt studies by praying loudly on the main quad, right in front of the main library, was more than disappointing. Just two weekends ago, both Duke and the University of North Carolina held a joint conference whose speakers trashed the state of Israel, ala Muslim U.S. Congresswomen Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib.
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