Do colleges understand the impact that coddling their students has on the world? With Benjamin Boyce

Get videos ad-free by joining me on Locals:

This is a part of a larger conversation with Benjamin Boyce. You can view the full chat here:

Benjamin Boyce is a content creator focusing on investigative journalism and long form interviews. His topics of interest include postmodernist activism as it applies to race, gender, identity and individuality. He has one cat at this time.

Connect with Benjamin:

Ways to support my channel:
1) Subscribe and turn on your notifications!
2) Give this video a thumbs up
3) If you have the resources, donate so I can free up my time to make/improve my content:
SubscribeStar (with perks!):
4) Get some fun merch:

Contact me:


Other ways to connect with me:

Written by Karlyn Borysenko

The focus of my life since 2012 was to bring sanity back to the work environment, because I believe we spend so much time at work that we shouldn’t be miserable. I have an MBA and a PhD in psychology, specializing in industrial/organizational psychology. I have my own practice - Zen Workplace - where I integrate organizational psychology and positive psychology with mindfulness techniques to help make work better. I’m also the Chief Science Officer of RallyBright, where I work to build high-performing, resilient teams.But that’s not how most people know me. Most people know me as a (now former) Democrat of 20 years who went to a Trump rally. The article I wrote about my experience went viral and garnered 3 million views in the first week. I was featured by Fox News, Glenn Beck, Dennis Prager, and on dozens of radio shows, podcasts, and YouTube videos.


  1. Am 54 years old and went to college very recently. Today's students attention spans is 1.5 hours long, (they get bored, look at their phones). They really do not read much, if not on video then do not bother. Many teachers told me that students will miss class if they can't locate their phone. The teacher, especially these last three semesters have downgraded the class assignments to make it easier. In many classes the class forgets the previous lesson (especially math, statistics, excel, etc…) and has to reteach the previous lesson.

  2. How did I miss this girl/woman?! She is so insightful and the way she interviews a person is fantastic. More people need to tune into her on a regular basis.

  3. The more "prestigious" the degree these days, the less credibility I lend. I have no faith in institutions of higher education and that includes Harvard, Brown, and others of similar caliber.

  4. Yes, they fully understand, and it's exactly their intention. They're manufacturing Communists and Fascists who believe that dissent is hatespeech.

  5. it's not just coddling .. it's political indoctrination they care about. I would that the federal government would get out of education completely…. that includes student loans.

  6. "they give paper to student that says they can do something but they cant and the company either pays resources to teach them or student is told to go to a private tutor."
    this exact fucking thing. what is the school for when it doesnt teach. hours of education are shortened while they just put more of the workplace internship bs. because they expect those places to somehow teach these students. they dont have time for that, they have barely any task to give because they cant teach the student even if they wanted to because of legal bullshit. if they put the student to do something and they get hurt the company is responsible for it and so they get in shit for it.
    so the students paper may say he was there and there for "experience" but fuck if he learned anything what so ever and it was huge waste of everyones time.
    fuck I wish I got to go to school in the 80's when they still taught people how to do things and when you were hired and told to do something, you could just go and do it. but fuck, these days when u get hired you have literally no fucking clue what to do, but u got a shit ton of debt anyways.

  7. Why would academia care what happens outside their ivory walls? They live in their echo chamber. Everyone with whom they interact is either liberal or has to pretend to be liberal to not get their lives destroyed. It's tacitly "might equals right".

  8. This is right on. I have been a college professor for 20 years……hard to do my job when I am in the minority and have an uphill battle trying to prepare people for the real world when I am having to do it by "being in the closet."

  9. Most of these so-called “college educators” are just ex-students who couldn’t figure out how to live without school so they will say or do whatever it takes to stay there.

  10. "Do colleges understand the impact that coddling their students has on the world? "
    Yes they do. They know that making teenagers and young adults regress back to childhood permanently will pave the way for socialism. And we all know that the majority of college 'professors' are pro communism.

  11. The students that have these issues need to sue these schools for fraud. If a manufacture sold a product that did not work, or even damaged people, they would be sued out of business. These schools need to have the same thing happen to them.

  12. As a lifelong writer, I failed my English classes and hated grammar. I think it sounds like shit writing, it's unnatual. In fact, I think it makes it much harder for writers to create natural dialogue- to create effective and natural dialogue you have to use words and punctuation (or lack thereof) in particular ways to match the pace of reading with the pace of speech. Almost like music. Anyway, I don't need grammar to be racist or colonial or oppressive to say fuck that shit. Write so it communicates, and keep writing, and it will evolve to be great writing naturally. And, it will be distinctly your voice.