California university highlighted an anti-Trump journal article by one of its professors, who claimed Trump supporters are less-educated ‘male nativists.’
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.”
A course at Syracuse University will focus on the celebrity background of President Donald Trump, not his policies, claimed the instructor.
Two Penn State professor published an article and said that the immigration-themed ads in the 2017 Super Bowl were “assaults on Trumpian ideology.” Seems a bit late to publish this in August, when the Super Bowl was in February.
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.
The anti-Trump resistance takes up an entire week at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County (UMBC), with a positive reference to the Women’s March, which was anti-Trump in nature.
Two college professors are unhappy with the Trump administration’s investments in “masculinist state institutions” such as immigration enforcement.
A law professor at a D.C. university proposed the idea of studying Trump voters with a ‘blue collar studies’ program.
A college professor at the University of Kansas tweeted that Trump supporters are “deeply invested in white supremacy.” Huh?!
Who is to blame for the shooting of GOP congressman Steve Scalise by a left-wing activist? A college professor blamed President Donald Trump.