posted on Jan, 19 2006 @ 07:11 PM
Originally posted by dgtempe
Westpoint, i admire your optimistic views. This is going to be more than a slap on the wrist, imo. They at the very least will have to go teach
Or the professors could just go back to teaching the curriculum they are paid (many times with public money
) to teach.
Also, hate to break the bad news to you, but this problem goes way beyond colleges and universities. My daughter was in 8th grade
where her teacher gave the class an assignment to make a poster out of words. His example to the class was to combine the words "Bush" and
"Liar". Then her English teacher decided (for what reason????) to explain the political spectrum to her class by saying "democrats are over on
this side of the spectrum with greens while Republicans are over on this side of the spectrum with skinheads and nazis".
So you see, the attempted indoctrination of our children starts very early. And this is how the communists in russia and cuba did it".
Same people and ideology, different country (the U.S.).
The good news is that you can sometimes do something about it. After my wife and I were done visiting principals and school superintendents and
writing letters all the way up to congressmen, well, the art teacher is gone and the English teacher is back to teaching a very nice English (only)
[edit on 1/19/2006 by centurion1211]