This isn't about racism. It's about power, and Eagles is an unwitting pawn. If we cave because of a nuance associated with a song from 100 years ago, there's no stopping. The line must be drawn, now. For those of you who disagree, please pause, take a deep breath and think about this objectively, not emotionally. Please. Our school color, burnt orange, is racist. Think not? What color do prison chain gangs wear? Blacks are disproportionately represented in chain gangs so we will need to change our colors. Texas. The name "Texas" must have some associated connotation that can be construed as being racist. Think that's silly? Just wait. For those of you that support what BLM -- through Eagles and others -- is demanding, explain to me where the line will be drawn. Please. I challenge you. Provide an example of a demand that you "will not" support. Let me repeat that: PROVIDE AN EXAMPLE OF A SOCIAL DEMAND THAT YOU WILL NOT SUPPORT. Throughout history, the removal of everything associated with the past is a precursor to massive and violent change. And that change is almost always terrible. Those defending or associated with the past are eliminated. Think this is a fringe perspective? Take a look. The "history" books (as long as they still exist) are full of examples. You say I'm nuts? Are you not aware of the effort underway to change the books used to educate our children? BLM, Al Sharpton and a few but growing number of others are leveraging our White Guilt to affect massive change, but NOT change for the better. The lemmings -- and the ignorant and willing accomplices in the MSM -- are going along because they know no better. And many have an agenda. When REAL black leaders -- and there are plenty -- point out the hypocrisy and the primary reason that so many blacks in this country are stuck in the ghettos of our large cities and being decimated by black on black crime, they are attacked. When the truth is attacked, you have a huge problem. When the media in a country distorts the truth to shape a narrative, you have a huge problem. As I have said before, this is a time for leadership. If the University, if CDC, if Herman doesn't take a stand and draw a line, almost everything that is dear to us will ultimately vanish. Think I am being an alarmist? Just watch. But frankly, those of you that are poo-pooing the obvious are the same people that, when we have nothing left, probably won't even notice.