It is all VERY silly and merely a reflection of the worthless level of academic games these days.
One can't even blame it on Black Americans. They may be this age's reigning criminal class (it has been Irish and Italians at other times), but academia is forever trying to lower the standards for them down to whatever level allows them to crawl into college, having been cheated out of a decent public education.
So why not spread sheer nonsense like this as received history? Good for their self-esteem.
posted on 12/16/2003 12:21:19 PM PST
by Clodia Pulcher
(There can be no more overpaid profession than "education...")
To: Clodia Pulcher
I agree, and am very glad I am not in academia any more. (Though, sometimes I feel guilty at having left and deserted the field to the likes of these leftist scum!) My specialized field was the Enlightenment, so I have spent more than a fair amount of time on the Founding Fathers, especially Jefferson, and did some research in respect of his sojourn in France. IMHO, there is no way TJ was involved with Hemmings when he had his pick of the beauties of the French Court. But, you can't tell the truth to people who don't understand how to evaluate historical evidence and expect them to believe you.
posted on 12/16/2003 12:33:25 PM PST
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