According to the Wall Street Journal, the latest buffoonery college students pay for are “trigger warnings.” The idea is that some books may contain passages or words that are offensive to some readers. Who determines what is offensive to whom has not been clarified. But apparently, even a popular and well-known novel, such as Huckleberry Finn, may have words that trigger a sense of outrage, indignation or humiliation. Delicate students need to be warned so they can avoid these things. Meanwhile, Washington is under pressure to put a trigger warning on its football team. The press reports that “Redskins” is offensive to parts of the population.