You don’t have to look far for an academic connection to terrorism.
Articles By: Cliff Kincaid
The Al-Jazeera terror TV channel “forum” in Doha, Qatar, not only hosted a top leader of the Hamas terrorist group, but several American commentators and professors of journalism and political science.
A Notre Dame Professor Disputes Pro-Terror Quote in New York Times.
Wait until you see the latest cause that Noam Chomsky and other academic luminaries are rallying around.
In effect, the paper’s subsidiary has been getting students deep in federal debt for courses that produce very few good jobs. Now we find out that Kaplan has allegedly been discriminating against minorities in the process.
Is the Washington Post’s for-profit educational subsidiary not only carrying the loss-amassing institution but also aggressively recruiting veterans with hype and glory?
Christopher G. Kennedy, chairman of the University of Illinois Board of Trustees, led the effort to deny Bill Ayers the title of professor emeritus because Ayers had written a book dedicated in part to the killer of his father, Robert F. Kennedy.
Consider the situation: the Post, a long-time mouthpiece for the liberal wing of the Democratic Party—a paper that endorsed Obama for president—is appealing to conservatives and is under fire by liberal Democrats in the Obama Administration and on Capitol Hill because of the activities of its for-profit educational subsidiary.
The prominent “progressive” historian Howard Zinn, whose books are force-fed to young people on many college campuses, was not only a member of the Moscow-controlled and Soviet-funded Communist Party USA (CPUSA) but lied about it, according to an FBI file released on Friday.