A comedian and a talk-show host are collaborating on a movie expressing their concern about the future of America as it relates to many of today's college students who are demanding "safe spaces."
Comedian Adam Carolla and talk-show host Dennis Prager are going to be featured in a full-length film titled No Safe Spaces. Prager fears that too many people are not aware of just how serious the situation on college campuses is.
"There's a crisis of enormous proportions about what's happening on our campuses...the infantilization of a generation. The college that was founded to produce adults produces children. There are people who leave less mature and far more angry than when they came in."
He also says the film will include the problem at the high school level as well because that is where this self-centered, immature thinking really begins.
"It's not like they come into college with traditional American values and commitment to truth and excellence and depth and maturity and love of country, etc. No, they don't. That's the unspoken issue, by the way, what's happening in high schools."
Prager says Hollywood isn't about to fund this kind of movie, so they are raising funds online.