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To: fwdude

Do you think this does not occur here in the US? Just because it is not a story here does not mean it doesn’t happen. Our press is not nearly as open with such things. Hell a Gay Aids researcher at Duke University can adopt and molest two little black boys and barely a peep. It shows how very corrupt not just the left but also the right is.


13 posted on 07/27/2009 9:01:27 PM PDT by Maelstorm (Why are those who claim to have open minds so afraid of open debate?)
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To: Maelstorm
Do you think this does not occur here in the US? Just because it is not a story here does not mean it doesn’t happen.

I don't disagree with you; I just think the UK is a (very) few steps ahead of us in the depravity department.

16 posted on 07/28/2009 4:32:54 AM PDT by fwdude (Be still, my soul: the waves and winds still know His voice who ruled them while He dwelt below.)
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To: Maelstorm; fwdude
Do you think this does not occur here in the US?


From Code of Coercion by George Will, Washington Post, October 14, 2007:

"In 2005, Emily Brooker, a social-work student at Missouri State University, was enrolled in a class taught by a professor who advertised himself as a liberal and insisted that social work is a liberal profession. At first, a mandatory assignment for his class was to advocate homosexual foster homes and adoption, with all students required to sign an advocacy letter, on university stationery, to the state legislature.

"When Brooker objected on religious grounds, the project was made optional. But shortly before the final exam she was charged with a "Level 3," the most serious, violation of professional standards. In a 2 1/2 -hour hearing -- which she was forbidden to record and which her parents were barred from attending -- the primary subject was her refusal to sign the letter. She was ordered to write a paper ("Written Response about My Awareness") explaining how she could "lessen the gap" between her ethics and those of the social-work profession. When she sued the university, it dropped the charges and made financial and other restitution.

"The NAS study says that at Rhode Island College's School of Social Work, a conservative student, William Felkner, received a failing grade in a course requiring students to lobby the state legislature for a cause mandated by the department. The NAS study also reports that Sandra Fuiten abandoned her pursuit of a social-work degree at the University of Illinois at Springfield after the professor, in a course that required students to lobby the legislature on behalf of positions prescribed by the professor, told her that it is impossible to be both a social worker and an opponent of abortion.

"In the month since the NAS released its study, none of the schools covered by it has contested its findings. Because there might as well be signs on the doors of many schools of social work proclaiming "conservatives need not apply," two questions arise: Why are such schools of indoctrination permitted in institutions of higher education? And why are people of all political persuasions taxed to finance this propaganda?"

18 posted on 07/28/2009 6:40:10 AM PDT by Albion Wilde ("Media: quit making things up." --Sarah Palin)
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