"Today’s tolerance movement is a joke. Its fixation on feelings means it must endlessly redefine itself by adding to its list of acceptable and unacceptable words, attitudes and beliefs. It also must constantly change the definition of its very words to fit the newest emotional fad. Every day brings new rules and restrictions regarding what you are allowed to think and say. Every day brings a new definition of something that just yesterday was assumed to be an objective fact. At its core, progressive tolerance is about authority and control. It is little more than a thinly veiled exercise in emotional power. Like something out of Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World,” any free thought is viewed as a threat to the accepted narrative and the rule of the gang."