Have you ever felt the Constitution was “problematic?” You might if you're a Social Justice Warrior, what with all that “free-speech” and due process whatsits, it's offensive.
But what about college administrators, people whose role it is to balance freedom of thought with freedom of expression? Perhaps you would expect a respected institution of higher learning to remind a troubled student that if they cannot handle other opinions they don't belong in a place where they are the primary subject of discussion.
You might expect that. But it didn't go that way at Vassar College, where an administrator agreed to shred a copy of the Constitution to calm an undercover reporter who was pretending to be a student there.
Find out why on page 2.