It would appear that the same people who actively oppose voter ID, do not believe that President Barack Obama should have to disclose his college grade point average.
Monthly Archives For November 2012
Did you know that outrage is incivility in a hurry?
Pay more attention to the huge bloc of young voters, many of whom are starved for an alternate message on their college campuses where they are bombarded with a steady diet of leftist propaganda from their radical faculty members.
In a November 16, 2012 Academe Blog posting, Wright State University English professor Martin Kich has given us an idea of what academics find amusing.
One thing that journalism and the humanities have in common is that people don’t like either of them. Yet another thing they have in common is that journalists and English professors can’t figure out why.
Pity the poor undergraduate who learns about the Cold War from New York University’s website.
“What other conclusion is possible when, to reach for the handiest exhibit, it is seen that the Republican Party has been able to rule only by becoming a socialist party, and there is a strong likelihood that it will be voted out of power in favor of the more knowingly socializing Democrats?”—Whitaker Chambers, 1957.
“It’s healthy to make God look like you. It’s a good self-esteem move.”—Monica A. Coleman, associate professor at the Claremont School of Theology, as quoted in Faith & Freedom magazine
Teacher’s textbooks tend to bypass basic skills and knowledge and go straight to orientation.
There may actually be some good news coming out of academia.