There are actually five Prager University lessons out this week, and this is the second.
Click here for the first, which is a must-see. We’ll have the other three tomorrow and Wednesday.
This one discusses how the fundamental definition of left-wing thinking is its refusal to accept and process painful truths, which leads ultimately to its refusal to moor its thought and policy to reality. And the failure to see the world as it is, and to act accordingly, is why so few leftists are effective at running anything.