No one should be surprised that I shut down a college classroom with debate. I’ve been doing this since high school. This particular moment happened while I was finally completing my college degree at Cal State Northridge at the age of thirty. It was within a generic business class. Why the professor decided to bring up George Bush’s push to privatize a portion of Social Security I have no idea. But this was a matter I was intimately familiar with. My ex-brother-law had happened to be the five-year financial advisor to Pinochet in Chile. What was interesting was less about me owning my professor, though true, but how the freshmen in the class responded when he suggested no one else was interested in hearing about my views. Several of them raised their hands in the air and requested more airtime. This is why I love the fact that Ron DeSantis’s new “Victims of Communism Day” kicks Communism in the cojones! Young people today love the idea of Socialism or Communism (whatever tripe their educators shove down their throats) and this new piece of legislation gives our kids the opportunity to see the evil of Communism. I believe that high school students would like to hear more on this topic, if given the chance, just as my peers did at CSUN. Florida is the perfect state to begin this type of education given the number of Cuban families that reside there.