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  • Expose' of Anti-Americansm in Academia Now Published

    03/28/2010 5:30:42 PM PDT · by Joseph Yeager · 3 replies · 377+ views
    AuthorHouse ^ | 3/28/10 | Joseph Yeager
    My book, Intellectual Assault: Academic Anti-Americanism and the Distortion of 9/11, is now available for purchase. The book uses a massive quantity of quotes by professors and academic administrators about 9/11 in the aftermath of that event to examine the mentality of those who control higher education in this country. The result, I'm sad to say, is an unremitting indictment of the United States as the villain who precipitated the terrorist attacks and therefore got what it deserved. For those who were unaware of the depths of anti-Americanism in academia, this book will serve as an alarming wake-up call. For...
  • Academic freedom under siege from right

    03/02/2006 1:56:04 PM PST · by mathprof · 83 replies · 1,591+ views
    Baltimore Sun ^ | 2/28/06 | LIONEL S. LEWIS
    On the Web site of an unofficial alumni organization at the University of California, Los Angeles, there are profiles "exposing" the university's "most radical professors" who "actively proselytize their extreme views in the classroom." These professors are described as "brainless" and are berated for never having left the "fantasy world of college." [snip] There are other disturbing examples today and throughout history. In Colorado and Indiana, as a result of widely publicized student allegations of left-wing bias in the classroom, several professors have received hate mail and at least one received a death threat. The number of organizations across America...
  • The American Taliban's Plea for Mercy

    10/04/2004 1:55:07 AM PDT · by kattracks · 17 replies · 852+ views ^ | 10/04/04 | Don Feder
    Last week, John Walker Lindh  petitioned the president to commute his 20-year sentence for fighting with the Taliban, imposed in 2002.  It’s a shame that this pampered child of Marin County is sitting in a cell for something as trivial as treason. Under a plea bargain, Walker Lindh (AKA: Abdul Hamid, AKA: Sulayman Al-Lindh) pleaded guilty to supplying services to the Taliban regime and carrying explosives for  Afghanistan’s former rulers.Which is like to saying that Benedict Arnold supplied services to George III. Johnny Jihad trained in an al-Qaeda camp – where he learned to fire an AK-47 and rubbed elbows...
  • Columbia University - Student of Nick De Genova on Hannity and Colmes tonight

    04/03/2003 6:24:01 PM PST · by tuna_battle_slight_return · 29 replies · 214+ views
    4/3/03 | Self
    Not reported on FOX News' web site but Alan just announced that he and Sean will be interviewing a student in Nick De Genova's class later in the hour. Not sure what time exactly, but before 9:50 p.m. EST. Just posting this for anyone who's been following this news and who wants to tune in.
  • Whatever Happened to Columbia's Nicholas DeGenova?

    01/23/2004 5:17:30 PM PST · by get'emall · 14 replies · 269+ views
    Does anyone have an update on the Columbia prof who wished for a million Mogadishus? Is he still there teaching? Didn't know how to approach asking this question on a post. If I get flamed I'll understand
  • Congressman Billybob Sez: "Who's Next?"

    04/22/2003 2:10:07 PM PDT · by Congressman Billybob · 30 replies · 439+ views
    Special to Free Republic ^ | 22 April 2003 | Congressman Billybob (J. Armor, Esq.)
    Congressman Billybob Sez:This here's the 346th Report ta the Folks Back Home from the (More er Less) Honorable Billybob, cyberCongressman from Western Carolina. Proliferation izza word fer the day. Not proliferation ov weapons, but proliferation ov freedom n self-government. Since yer Congresscritter don us'ally use big words lack that, I'll turn this over ta ma able assistant, J. Armor, Esq.. "Who's Next?"Let's begin this lecture with a blast from the past, a few bars from Tom Lehrer's classic about nuclear proliferation: "First we got the bomb, and that was good, ‘Cuz we love peace and motherhood. Then Russia got the...
  • Neo-Communism

    04/22/2003 10:45:06 AM PDT · by albertp · 13 replies · 271+ views
    FrontPage Magazine ^ | April 22, 2003 | David Horowitz
    Neo-Communism By David Horowitz | April 22, 2003 Wars are a test of citizens’ loyalty, commitment and political understanding; in providing this test the end of a war can be as illuminating as its beginning. It was a striking fact of the “anti-war” demonstrations against Operation Iraqi Freedom that the left was able to mobilize more protesters in three months – from the UN deadline of November 7 to the launch of the war in March – than the new left was able to mobilize in the first six years of the war in Vietnam. (The first of these...
  • The Most Hated Professor in America (barf alert)

    04/16/2003 10:17:01 AM PDT · by Right Wing Professor · 54 replies · 357+ views
    Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription required) | 4/18/03 | Thomas Bartlett
    IF YOU CALL Columbia University's main switch- board and ask for Nicholas De Genova,you will not be connected to his office. Instead,you will hear a recording of a statement by the university's president, Lee C. Bollinger, saying he is "appalled" by the anthropology professor's "outrageous comments." When a reporter calls back and says he wants to speak to the professor rather than lodge a complaint, the operator replies, "So you're not going to call me a bastard or a whore?" "No. Have other people called you that?" "Oh, yeah," she says. "They need to understand that he's the one who...
  • Columbia President feels the heat; admits receiving 15,000 emails opposing leftist professor

    04/16/2003 8:16:03 AM PDT · by Stop Legal Plunder · 69 replies · 801+ views
    At an invitation-only alumni reception in Washington, DC, yesterday, Columbia University President Lee Bollinger defended his refusal to fire Nicholas deGenova, the controversial professor who called for a "million Mogadishus," while admitting the public outcry, including 15,000 emails, was hurting Columbia's reputation. In response to an angry alumnus' question about the controversy and its negative impact on Columbia's reputation and alumni donations, Bollinger said that deGenova's remarks, which occured during a faculty-organized "teach-in" and included a claim that "U.S. patriotism is inseparable from imperial warfare and white supremacy," were "reprehensible," but claimed they were protected by the First Amendment. Bollinger...
  • My Message to Columbia Professor Nicholas De Genova regardin his death wish for our forces

    03/29/2003 10:40:57 AM PST · by Jeff Head · 360 replies · 750+ views
    FreeRepublic | March 29, 2003 | Jeff Head
    The following is my email to Professor Nicholas De Genova of Columbia University who was quoted in the New York Post as wishing a "million Mogadishus" on American servicement in Iraq at an anti-war rally. This was reported on FreeRepublic on this thread, Columbia Prof wishes death to GIs. Here's my email to him: Nicholas De Genova, Your call for the US Military to suffer a "million Mogadishus" has crossed a serious line on civility and duty and commitment to our nation. You are wishing for the death of 18,000,000 of your fellow countrymen and women, individuals who are fighting...
  • Vichy America: Not anti-American --- just pro-fascist

    04/09/2003 7:21:34 AM PDT · by SJackson · 9 replies · 276+ views
    Jewish World Review ^ | April 9, 2003 | Sam Schulman
    The left -- together with its U.S. liberal allies -- is now the chief defender of fascism and tyranny in the world. In fact, the left has adopted as its chief mission the protection of tyranny where it exists, and the fight to extend it wherever possible. And now that it is losing the Dear Leader, Saddam, it will turn its sights on Israel - the only democracy in a sea of tyranny. Professor Eric Foner, of Columbia University, stood on the same stage as the Professor Nicholas DeGenova, who memorably celebrated the genocidal warlords of Somalia, to denounce the...
  • Columbia's Mogadishu? Craige McMillan lays out battle plan to take back U.S. university

    04/10/2003 6:34:52 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 15 replies · 254+ views ^ | Thursday, April 10, 2003 | Craige McMillan
    It's a good thing that Gen. Tommy Franks and not the Republicans in Congress are running the war effort in Iraq. Left to the Republican leadership in Congress, Saddam Hussein would now be occupying the Oval Office, and "Chemical Ali" planning the 2004 Republican Party convention. I'm glad the spirit in the Grand Old Party isn't entirely dead. I just wish the flesh was a bit more willing, and the mind more fully engaged in the battle. If so, perhaps we could mount a more effective charge and capture a hill or two in the cultural battles facing America here...

    04/09/2003 3:14:35 PM PDT · by renegade6640 · 45 replies · 527+ views
    NICHOLAS DE GENOVA, Assistant Professor Ph.D., University of Chicago Telephone: (212) 854-0199 office: 416 Hamilton email: The central concerns of my research and teaching include: labor and class formation, racialization, the production of urban space, nationalism, the politics of citizenship, and transnational social processes, especially migration. My ethnographic research explores the social productions of racialized and spatialized difference in the experiences of transnational Mexican migrant workers within the space of the U.S. nation-state. More specifically, I examine transnational urban conjunctural spaces that link the U.S. and Latin America as a standpoint of critique from which to interrogate U.S. nationalism,...
  • Extremists Have No Place In Our Schools

    04/07/2003 6:51:51 AM PDT · by The Rant · 14 replies · 299+ views
    The Washington Dispatch ^ | April 1st 2003 | Frank Salvato
    Columbia University Professor Nicholas De Genova makes me sick. He personifies the ideal of the extremist. But that in itself isn’t what makes me ill. Although I disagree with him on his stance regarding the military action in Iraq I still would fight for his right to espouse his poisonous thoughts, which as it would seem, is a hell of a lot more than he would do for me. No, the reason this man makes me nauseous is because he is calling for the slaughter of those in our armed forces. If this isn’t teetering on the borderline of treason...
  • Student troop rally - Columbia event rips anti-war prof!

    04/03/2003 8:16:07 AM PST · by areafiftyone · 87 replies · 344+ views
    Old Glory drapes Columbia University freshman Alexandra Draggett, from Basking Ridge, N.J., and Greg Jones, a sophomore from Englewood, N.J., yesterday at demonstration in front of school's Low LibraryStudents at Columbia University rallied yesterday to support U.S. soldiers in Iraq and blasted a controversial professor who called for the slaughter of coalition troops. Speakers addressing about 250 people, who wore yellow ribbons and waved flags, ripped assistant professor Nicholas De Genova at the rally, at the school's Low Library. De Genova, at an anti-war "teach-in" last week, said he "would like to see a million Mogadishus" - a reference to...
  • Columbia University and De Genova

    04/04/2003 4:48:39 PM PST · by Davis · 20 replies · 312+ views
    The Conning Tower ^ | 3-4-03 | Trentino
    Assistant Professor Nicholas De Genova, a glittering diamond in the intellectual crown that is Columbia University in the City Of New York is too scared to show up to teach his classes. He's received threats of violence, reports the New York Sun, and so have other professors who participated in the Saddam pep rally held last Wednesday in Low Memorial Library on the Columbia campus. I'm glad De Genova is scared. He probably didn't realize that declaring war on America isn't without risk. From all the evidence, besides being vicious, De Genova is enormously stupid. It's a wonder that he...
  • Professor De Genova is a disgrace, not a better example of Sedition out there right now

    04/03/2003 7:57:44 PM PST · by RBB64 · 5 replies · 230+ views
    Newsmax ^ | 4-3-03 | Tom Marsland
  • Free Speech is Not a Monopoly of the Antiwar Left

    04/03/2003 12:16:30 PM PST · by PhilDragoo · 22 replies · 333+ views ^ | April 3, 2003 | Erika Holzer
    Free Speech is Not a Monopoly of the Antiwar Left By Erika Holzer | April 3, 2003 Starting with the first tense days of the war against Iraq, I made it a point to watch American servicemen being interviewed on cable television. Every one of them, when asked why they were eager to fight in Iraq, in essence gave this unhesitating reply: "First, to destroy a murderous regime before it acquires the capability to attack our country and the rest of the free world with weapons of mass destruction." [It’s called "self-defense."] "Second, to liberate the people of Iraq...
  • Fire Prof or Lose Funds, Some Alum Donors Say

    04/03/2003 10:14:01 AM PST · by Exton1 · 22 replies · 187+ views
    Columbia Spectator ^ | Published on April 03, 2003 | Margaret Hunt Gram
    Fire Prof or Lose Funds, Some Alum Donors Say Donors use email campaign to pressure Bollinger to fire Prof. De Genova. By Margaret Hunt Gram Spectator News Editor Some alumni donors are pressuring the president's office and the Office of Development and Alumni Relations to fire Professor Nicholas De Genova for statements he made in last week's anti-war teach-in. In the past few days, donors have barraged the offices with emails and phone calls, informing the University that they feel that De Genova overstepped the limits of academic free speech. In mass-mailed email messages circulated among each other, alumni have...
  • Hey Freeper lawyers/attorneys: What is Sedition?

    04/03/2003 10:09:36 AM PST · by Ignatz · 6 replies · 253+ views
    Can any lawyers/attorneys on FreeRepublic answer a few questions? What legally constitutes sedition? Who can make an accusation or bring charges of sedition?What legally constitutes treason? Who can make an accusation or bring charges of sedition? Are there other charges or lawsuits that could be filed by ordinary citizens against the likes of Peter Arnett and Nicholas De Genova? What about a class-action suit by as many Freepers as are willing to sign on? Would any of you be willing to take on any of these cases if I could raise the money?