When it comes to higher education, our money pours endlessly in, contemptuous moonbattery pours endlessly out. But that may be changing in Texas:
Senate Bill 4, which passed the Texas Senate on February 8, threatens fines of up to $25,500 and the withholding of funds from cities or campuses that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration laws and orders, specifically targeting public institutions that “adopt, enforce, or endorse a policy under which the entity, agency, or department prohibits or discourages the enforcement of immigration laws.”
The bill would also compel universities and colleges to share immigration information about students with federal agencies, detain illegal immigrants under federal orders, ask detained individuals about their immigration status, and cooperate with federal immigration agents, among other conditions.
Why not? You take society’s money, you play by society’s rules — although this will admittedly be quite a change from the Ivory Tower’s usual stance of sneering detachment regarding the world of the regular people who keep its moat filled with money.
On a tip from J.