Apparently, the incorporation of the American Dream into President Trump’s campaign rhetoric is why one college professor thinks the president is fueled by “racist nativism.”
Topic: Donald Trump
A course at Syracuse University will focus on the celebrity background of President Donald Trump, not his policies, claimed the instructor.
A Princeton professor is asking for submissions on ‘Trumpland,’ or how ‘white identity politics’ led to the rise of Donald Trump to the White House.
A law professor at a D.C. university proposed the idea of studying Trump voters with a ‘blue collar studies’ program.
One Trump administration official was invited to speak at a top-100 university (Mike Pence), when eleven Obama officials were invited to speak at commencement.
A school board member posted on Facebook and compared neutralizing President Trump’s Twitter account with Abraham Lincoln’s assassination at Ford’s Theater, which led to the member’s resignation after the news of his comments broke.
Cal-State Northridge professor David Klein runs a NASA-funded climate change center and happens to be anti-Israel with his ties to the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.
A Harvard University study discovered that the media coverage about President Trump’s first one-hundred days in office were overwhelmingly negative.
John K. Wilson of the AAUP defends President Trump’s recent efforts to allow non-profits to engage in political speech.
Butler University, a university located in the red state of Indiana, recently had to change a course description after it was exposed to be an anti-Trump activist platform.