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  • Faculty enablers (Ward Churchill)

    05/21/2007 11:45:19 AM PDT · by rellimpank · 12 replies · 794+ views
    CU committee would give Churchill a virtual pass For anyone who cares about the integrity of American higher education, recent reports that the University of Colorado's Privilege and Tenure Committee has recommended professor Ward Churchill be suspended for a year but not fired is a blow to the stomach. And bad news for CU, too. Don't get us wrong. We don't believe for a moment that President Hank Brown will actually adopt the committee's advice and let Churchill remain as a permanent blight on the Boulder campus. At the end of this month Brown will, we remain confident
  • Why you rarely see your professors in church

    03/21/2007 9:48:48 AM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 8 replies · 604+ views
    The Michigan Daily ^ | 3/21/07 | Kingson Man
    It's a brilliant Sunday morning, but the sunshine deceives. Step outside and the air is frigid, still below the freezing point. South University Avenue looks like a mirage in the windy cold. The winter just refuses to give up. The detritus of our national day of alcohol abuse - pardon me, St. Patrick's Day - litters the streets and yards of campus. Cracked green knickknacks are blown about. Partially-filled beer cans roll down South U. One block away, the Campus Chapel on 1236 Washtenaw Avenue opens its doors for Sunday service. On campus, the sacred and profane maintain an uneasy...
  • Students Against Liberals

    01/23/2007 1:25:40 PM PST · by StudentsAgainstLiberals · 3 replies · 422+ views ^ | 01/23/07 | Bill Radford
    Liberalism at our colleges
  • Campus Jihad

    10/23/2006 4:31:39 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 9 replies · 717+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | October 23, 2006 | Anthony Glees
    LONDON -- U.K. intelligence officials have just provided a chilling assessment of the terrorist threat Britain faces. The country has become "al Qaeda target No. 1," security sources told me, confirming last week's press reports. Intelligence services now judge Britain's "home grown" terrorists to be organized, trained and controlled either directly from Pakistan or via Pakistani networks in Britain. Until now, intelligence services thought British Islamist terrorists had no hard links to al Qaeda despite sharing its ideology. "Clean skins" in the security jargon, they were believed to have acted alone or in self-constructed cells. This theory was the product...
  • Dissidents at Dartmouth

    09/01/2006 4:44:34 AM PDT · by Brilliant · 7 replies · 506+ views
    WSJ ^ | September 1, 2006 | WSJ
    The left-leaning faction that dominates American higher education doesn't take kindly to strangers -- particularly those who challenge the prevailing academic orthodoxies. Just ask Harvard's Larry Summers. Or consider the escalating governance controversy at Dartmouth College. A few reformers have achieved a bit of influence, and now the New Hampshire school's insular establishment is doing everything it can to run them out of Hanover. Since 1891, Dartmouth has been among the handful of colleges and universities that allows alumni to elect leaders directly... In practice, the Trustees have been largely ornamental overseers, rubber-stamping the management decisions of the "progressive" college...
  • Why persecute college professors for heresy?

    08/29/2006 7:34:58 AM PDT · by Condor 63 · 73 replies · 1,523+ views
    The Birmingham News ^ | Sunday, August 27, 2006 | DAVID MCGRATH
    The U.S. interstate highway system was built to give military tanks easy access to the inner cities in order to put down the expected revolution by black militants. The technocrats who died in the Twin Towers were the equivalent of little Adolph Eichmans. The United States government orchestrated the 9/11 attacks for its own benefit. The above three statements were all theories proffered by college professors: the first at Chicago State University in 1969, and the second by professor Ward Churchill of the University of Colorado in 2001. The third and most recent is by professor Kenneth Barrett at the...
  • Textbook Answers

    08/29/2006 10:40:31 AM PDT · by JSedreporter · 8 replies · 3,656+ views
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | August 25, 2006 | Julia A. Seymour
    Not too long ago I wrote an article entitled Women’s MisStudies about a debate between Professor Mike Adams of University of North Carolina-Wilmington and Dean Gay L. Gullickson of University of Maryland College Park. The debate was over Women’s Studies programs and Women’s Resource Centers. Included in my article was this passage: “I was able to ask Gullickson how she can say that women’s studies is good for research when, as Carrie Lukas points out in her new book The Politically Incorrect Guide to Women, Sex and Feminism, these texts have misinformation and missing information that women need to make...
  • Professorial Polling Paradox

    08/29/2006 10:38:26 AM PDT · by JSedreporter · 2 replies · 334+ views
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | August 29, 2006 | Malcolm A. Kline
    Polls that show public confidence in college professors as well as in grade and high-school classroom teachers are not inconsistent with other survey findings that show bias on the part of pedagogues everywhere. “In addition to doctors and teachers, those rounding out the top five of generally trusted occupations and professions are scientists (77%), police officers (76%) and professors (75%),” the results of a Harris poll released on August 8th show. “Conversely, the five occupations that are least trusted to be truthful include actors (26%), lawyers (27%), stockbrokers (29%), trade union leaders (30%) and opinion pollsters (34%),” Harris interactive goes...
  • Dissident Arab Gets the Treatment

    08/19/2006 6:06:54 AM PDT · by epow · 12 replies · 280+ views
    Walid Shoebat Website ^ | unkown | Ahmad Al-Qloushi
    Dissident Arab Gets the Treatment by Ahmad Al-Qloushi What Ahmad Al Qloushi says: * "The Borders of [Israel] should be from the Mediterranean to the Jordan River" * "America and Israel are great democracies" * "I could never believe how Jews were portrayed in my school in Kuwait" * "When I met a Jewish person in America for the first time my initial beliefs were confirmed" * "Walid Shoebat is a brave man and incredible human being and has done more for the Arab world in a short time than all Arab leaders put together" I am a 17-year-old Kuwaiti...
  • American Studies Professor on academic freedom and Lebanon

    08/18/2006 3:06:54 AM PDT · by mcvey · 11 replies · 285+ views
    H-Amstudy ^ | August 16, 2006 | Evelyn Alsultany
    I really appreciate the question. I personally think it is very important to address current politics and wars in our classes. Unfortunately, given the many attacks on academic freedom over the last few years, this has become more important and more difficult. --snip-- On another note, a colleague recently e-mailed me that she is trying to get the American Studies Association to include an emergency panel at the 2006 meeting addressing the current war in Lebanon but has not made much headway. She contacted me because the roundtable I co-organized for ASA will be on issues related to the U.S...
  • Are Academic Elites Communists?

    08/15/2006 4:51:55 AM PDT · by Molly Pitcher · 73 replies · 1,752+ views
    Townhall ^ | 8/15/06 | Walter Williams
    Grove City College publishes an excellent newsletter titled "Visions and Values." Its July 2006 edition features an interview with Dr. Richard Pipes, acclaimed Russian historian and Harvard University professor of Sovietology. The interview was conducted by Grove City College professor of political science Dr. Paul Kengor. Dr. Pipes, who served on the National Security Council during the Reagan administration, explained that there are actually only a few communists among academics. At first glance, that's a puzzling observation, given the leftist bias at most college campuses. Drs. Pipes and Kengor explain the puzzle in a way that makes perfect sense. While...
  • Wag the Scholar

    08/07/2006 1:27:22 PM PDT · by JSedreporter · 11 replies · 455+ views
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | August 7,2006 | Matthew Murphy
    Hired by the University of Wisconsin to teach “Islam: Religion and Culture,” this fall at the Madison campus, Kevin Barrett believes that the 9/11 attacks on America were planned and executed by the U.S. government and not the work of terrorists. Barrett co-founded Muslim-Jewish-Christian Alliance for 9/11 Truth. Barrett’s views have caused a divide in Wisconsin. Barrett and university officials have stated that Barrett’s personal views will not be discussed or taught in the class. Supporters of Barrett argue that he has the right to academic freedom. Some state legislatures called for the university to fire Barrett immediately. So which...
  • Ward Churchill threatens to 'sue' if his firing is upheld

    06/28/2006 4:49:44 PM PDT · by exposing_the_left · 4 replies · 568+ views
    multiple ^ | 6/28/06 | exposing the left
    "'I can't imagine that CU is going to suddenly decide the First Amendment deserves some respect,' Lane said. He said Churchill would sue if the firing is upheld.'...'Ward Churchill compared WTC victims to Holocaust Nazi'"-CNN article, Tuesday, June 27, 2006 Leave it to the leftist media to distort the truth. Churchill was NOT fired for his atrocious comments about the victims of 911 as they imply. He was fired for academic misconduct. Only down near the end of the CNN article do they add: "The school's committee on research misconduct said Churchill 'has committed serious, repeated, and deliberate research misconduct.'"...
  • OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT FROM PROFESSORS FOR PEACE -- No Killings (Except Terrorism) Are Ethical!

    06/08/2006 8:08:06 AM PDT · by Apolitical · 12 replies · 1,244+ views
    How dare American occupiers conduct an air raid against peace activist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi! ....
  • Author David Horowitz Lecture and Book Signing [Nixon Presidential Library]

    05/14/2006 3:39:14 PM PDT · by Fiji Hill · 1 replies · 774+ views
    Three-time New York Times bestselling author David Horowitz discusses and signs his book "The Professors: The 100 Most Dangerous Academics in America," at the Nixon Library, Monday, May 15 (10:30a.m.)
  • Boston College Professor Thinks Sec. Rice Will Be Tried for War Crimes

    05/12/2006 9:06:39 AM PDT · by gabriel sutherland · 22 replies · 653+ views
    "Democracy Now" Transcript ^ | 05/12/5006 | Gabriel Sutherland
    "I mean, this is a person who, not too many years from now, we may be seeing in front of a war crimes tribunal."Juliet Schor is a professor of sociology at Boston College. She has written a number of books analyzing the American labor market. What I have quoted is an obvious acknowledgement by an extensively trained, well executed professional of academe, providing her insight on the future of Saddam Hussein or Usama bin Laden. However, I would be lying. The person Ms. Schor refers to is United States Secretary of State Condeleeza Rice. Madamn Secretary is slated to receive...
  • Bush a failure: professor poll

    05/01/2006 5:05:34 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 118 replies · 1,638+ views
    Herald Sun ^ | 2 May 2006
    IF his presidency ended now, US President George W. Bush would go down in history as a failure, according to a majority of US college history and political science professors surveyed across America. And, 67 per cent of the 744 professors responding to the survey conducted by Siena College's Research Institute said they doubted Mr Bush "has a realistic chance of improving his rating" during his remaining time in office. The results of the survey were made public by the Albany-area research institute. "While time is needed to fairly and accurately gauge how well any president ranks with his predecessors,...
  • Web Site Puts Politically Biased Teachers on Record

    04/18/2006 12:09:37 PM PDT · by lancer87 · 3 replies · 234+ views is a new site dedicated to helping students put politically biased professors on record. Visit the Site: Politics in the ClassroomIt seems like almost every other week the antics of politically biased teachers and administrators make national headlines. Teachers need to stop indoctrinating and get back to educating. This site seems like a good idea, at least in the sense that it might deter biased teachers from imposing their political views on students.
  • 2 profs spark political firestorm

    04/06/2006 8:18:08 AM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 24 replies · 1,178+ views
    Chicago Tribune ^ | April 6, 2006 | Ron Grossman
    A University of Chicago professor has ignited an intellectual firestorm in halls of ivy and corridors of power with an essay in a highbrow British journal. Writing in the London Review of Books, John Mearsheimer, a U. of C. political scientist, and his academic partner, Harvard University professor Stephen Walt, offered a simple diagnosis for what ails U.S. foreign policy. How did we get involved in a seemingly endless Iraq war? Why are we reviled in Muslim countries and targeted by terrorists? "Why," they asked, "has the United States been willing to set aside its own security in order to...
  • Curricula Rivalries

    04/06/2006 4:32:39 AM PDT · by Miami Vice · 164+ views ^ | April 6, 2006 | Michael P. Tremoglie
    One of the most egregious manifestations of academic arrogance has been the effort to ban the military from campus – specifically military recruiters and the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC). So many colleges and universities participated in this action that, in 1994, a law was finally passed by the Congress mandating that if a university wants to continue to receive federal funds then they have to permit the military to recruit. This law was challenged in court by several law schools. The "Forum for Academic and Institutional Rights (FAIR)," a group of law schools and professors, sued the Secretary of...
  • Gary Leupp: Even Ambassador Khalilzad Says “We’ve Opened Pandora’s Box”

    03/25/2006 3:24:41 PM PST · by mcvey · 10 replies · 679+ views
    History News Network ^ | March 24, 2006 | Gary Leupp
    But back to the Hope lingering there in the box. In some versions of the myth, it’s not a foolish hope but a rational one... I want to think optimistically and so postulate a scenario such as this: Iraq does fall into civil war. The surrounding countries all become involved. The U.S. does go ahead with its Iran attack plans. . . the U.S. [further] curtails basic rights. The “Shiite Crescent” erupts . . . the Islamic world recoils in horror at U.S. behavior . . . European public opinion turns . . . against the U.S. and the NATO...

    03/03/2006 2:08:34 PM PST · by dukeman · 10 replies · 717+ views ^ | 3/3/06 | David French
    THE MOST leftist-dominated institution in American life today is our system of higher education. Studies have shown that liberal faculty members outnumber conservatives in some disciplines by 30 to 1. At colleges and universities all over the country, the watchwords are "tolerance" and "diversity" - which, in the university world, means a community where everyone looks different but thinks alike. By now, the evidence of leftist dominance is so overwhelming that no one can credibly dispute it. But does that dominance really present a problem? Not to the left (of course). They would argue that their universities are havens of...
  • Professors Out of Touch with War Realities

    02/22/2006 1:00:49 PM PST · by JSedreporter · 8 replies · 773+ views
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | February 22, 2006 | Malcolm A. Kline
    While the anti-war movement of the 1960s was led by students, today’s campus demonstrations are just as likely to be orchestrated by professors; and the funny thing is, they are the same people. “The generation that came of age in the 1960s is now approaching retirement in the universities and their children and grandchildren are very different in the way they think about the world,” historian David Hackett Fischer said in an interview with The American Enterprise (TAE) magazine. “The excesses of these movements always build in their own contradictions.” Some observers who survey the college scene might argue that...
  • Nine Professors At Columbia Are Deemed 'Dangerous'

    02/21/2006 11:36:21 PM PST · by rmlew · 13 replies · 348+ views
    The New York Sun ^ | February 21, 2006 | ALEC MAGNET
    Nine of the "101 Most Dangerous Academics in America" teach at Columbia University, according to a new book by conservative activist David Horowitz. The book, "The Professors: The 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America," published by Regnery, profiles 101 professors from campuses across the country. "Columbia is a national scandal," Mr. Horowitz told The New York Sun in a telephone interview. "That a serious, top-tier university ... is an ideological fortress is an emblem of the utter debasement of the academic endeavor." His book lists several professors from the university's department of Middle East and Asian languages and cultures, including...
  • The Professors: The 101 most dangerous academics in America

    02/17/2006 2:30:04 PM PST · by truthfinder9 · 23 replies · 1,091+ views
    The Professors: The 101 most dangerous academics in America by David Horowitz Coming to a Campus Near You: Terrorists, racists, and communists— you know them as The Professors. We all know that left-wing radicals from the 1960s have hung around academia and hired people like themselves. But if you thought they were all harmless, antiquated hippies, you’d be wrong. Today’s radical academics aren’t the exception—they’re legion. And far from being harmless, they spew violent anti-Americanism, preach anti-Semitism, and cheer on the killing of American soldiers and civilians—all the while collecting tax dollars and tuition fees to indoctrinate our children. Remember...
  • David Horowitz: Top 10 Most Dangerous Professors in America

    02/15/2006 10:26:03 AM PST · by presidio9 · 77 replies · 4,344+ views
    HUMAN EVENTS ^ | Tuesday, February 14, 2006 | David Horowitz
    10. “bell hooks” Born Gloria Watkins, spells new name in lower case. Has written, “It is difficult not to hear in standard English always the sound of slaughter and conquest” and “I am writing this essay sitting beside an anonymous white male that I long to murder.” hooks is a distinguished professor of English at City College in New York. 9. Amiri Baraka Born Everett Leroy Jones in 1934, adopted current name after converting to Islam in 1968. Former poet laureate of New Jersey. Has written: “… the white woman understands that only in the rape sequence [by a black...
  • Why Schools are Relentlessly Liberal from Grade School to Graduate School

    02/10/2006 5:41:10 PM PST · by mcvey · 172 replies · 3,186+ views
    I posted this in response to a young Freeper's thoughts about being a student and so I thought I would put this response up to a more general discussion. I hope this will give Freepers some greater understanding of how all levels of education became liberal and why it would be almost impossible to change it back. [I am leaving home schooling out, but once beyond home schooling both public and private schools and colleges work the same way.]Some of you may be students and some of you may be parents, but until people are brave enough and know what...
  • The 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America [Long]

    02/10/2006 5:49:32 AM PST · by SJackson · 15 replies · 1,419+ views ^ | February 10, 2006 | David Horowitz
      This is an abridged version of the introduction to David Horowitz’s new book, The Professors: The 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America, which will be officially released on Monday, February 13.Trials of the Intellect in the Post-Modern AcademyIn January 2005, Professor Ward Churchill became a figure of national revulsion when his impending visit to Hamilton College was linked to an article claiming that the victims of 9/11 were “little Eichmanns” who deserved their fate. Churchill’s article produced an outcry of such force that it led to the removal of the faculty head of the host committee at Hamilton and...
  • Student labeled sex offender wins case

    01/29/2006 11:22:30 PM PST · by Anti-Bubba182 · 42 replies · 1,769+ views
    UPI ^ | Jan 29, 2006 | Staff
    OTTAWA, ON, Canada (UPI) -- The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that a university must pay damages to a young woman labeled a sex offender for a paper she wrote for class. Wanda Young says mistaken action by a professor at Memorial University in Newfoundland ruined her life. The high court agreed and restored a lower court finding that she is entitled to damages, reversing an appellate decision. Young is to receive $800,000 Canadian (almost $700,000 U.S.), the Toronto Globe and Mail reported. Young submitted a term paper in 1994 that included, as an appendix, a first-person account she...
  • Silencing the Truth - ($100 to Out Liberal Professors Scandal)

    01/28/2006 11:46:09 AM PST · by Impeach98 · 12 replies · 877+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 01/27/2006 | Melanie Morgan
    Silencing the truthPosted: January 27, 2006 1:00 a.m. Eastern© 2006 College students looking to score some extra dough to pay for textbooks at UCLA lost a potential source of income this week when the head of the Bruin Alumni Association, Andrew Jones, announced he was putting a halt to the group's offer of $100 for documentation of leftist bias by UCLA professors. Too bad, for Jones' actions galvanized international media scrutiny on an issue that needs addressing: the incessant advocacy of liberal dogma in the classroom by college professors. Jones and his Bruin Alumni Association figured it was...
  • The Dirty Thirty: Bush hating, leftist UCLA Professors

    01/19/2006 9:26:54 AM PST · by Nachum · 25 replies · 3,146+ views ^ | January 9, 2006 | The Bruin Alumni Association
    Rankings for January 9, 2006-January 24, 2006 1. Peter McLaren (5/5 Power Fists) This Canadian native teaches the next generation of teachers and professors how to properly indoctrinate students – Paolo Freire-style. Thanks to his hard-charging efforts, McLaren debuts at the top of the charts. Long live the king! 2. Kent Wong (5/5 Power Fists) In any other group, Kent Wong, the dyed-red laborista radical, would be hold an undisputed title for heavyweight extremism. If Wong keeps up his public attack on everything to the right of Chairman Mao, he may still do it. Stay tuned! 3. Douglas Kellner (5/5...
  • Rightwing Group Offers Students $100 To Spy On Professors

    01/18/2006 7:53:10 PM PST · by blam · 71 replies · 1,661+ views
    The Guardian (UK) ^ | 1-19-2006 | Dan Glaister
    Rightwing group offers students $100 to spy on professors · Republican graduate's site prompts witch-hunt fears· 31 academics listed as 'worthy of scrutiny' Dan Glaister in Los Angeles Thursday January 19, 2006 The Guardian (UK) It is the sort of invitation any poverty-stricken student would find hard to resist. "Do you have a professor who just can't stop talking about President Bush, about the war in Iraq, about the Republican party, or any other ideological issue that has nothing to do with the class subject matter? If you help ... expose the professor, we'll pay you for your work." For...
  • Exposes UCLA's Most Radical Professors

    01/10/2006 2:47:28 PM PST · by andrewljones · 6 replies · 870+ views ^ | January 10, 2006 | Andrew Jones Website Exposes UCLA’s Most Radical Professors January 10, 2006, Culver City, California – The Bruin Alumni Association announced today the launch of, a professor profile website which already features over thirty long-form examinations of UCLA’s most radical professors, including: - “Philosophy of Education” professor Douglas Kellner, who speaks seriously of a “Bush Reich” and Bush Family/Nazi connections. - Preeminent Marxist “critical pedagogy” theorist Peter McLaren, who proudly instructs future Education Ph.D.’s in “the intrinsically exploitative nature of capitalist society.” - Former labor union attorney turned academic Kent Wong, who denounces the Republican Party’s “pro-corporate and anti-worker agenda” and...
  • Future of Campus (Harvard) Military Recruiting Hangs in Balance at Supreme Court

    12/04/2005 7:07:16 PM PST · by rface · 31 replies · 1,297+ views
    Harvard Crimson (Massachusetts) ^ | Sunday, December 04, 2005 6:28 PM | DANIEL J. HEMEL
    The future of military recruiting at Harvard Law School hangs in the balance as the Supreme Court prepares to hear oral arguments in the high-profile Solomon Amendment case Tuesday morning. In case you’ve tuned out three years of protests and press conferences on campus, here’s the issue in a nutshell: the Solomon Amendment, first passed by Congress in 1994, blocks federal funding for universities that limit military recruitment. It poses a dilemma for Harvard Law School, which requires all on-campus recruiters to sign a pledge saying they won’t discriminate against gays and lesbians. The military, which bars gays and lesbians...
  • Religious Studies Prof Slurs Christians and Jews

    12/01/2005 1:06:53 PM PST · by Jo Nuvark · 10 replies · 531+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | 12-1-05 | Jack Cashill
    Religious studies professor slurs Christians, Jews Exclusive: Jack Cashill exposes pattern of ridicule, insulting comments--WND "The KU faculty has had enough," Mirecki announced when he went public 10 days ago with a new course offering. He designed the course as a direct response to the Kansas School Board's recent decision to allow for critiques of Darwinism in public-school classrooms. Mirecki titled it, "Special Topics in Religion: Intelligent Design, Creationism and other Religious Mythologies."
  • Network of College Conservatives Makes Great Strides in First Weeks

    11/22/2005 3:20:20 PM PST · by KeystoneGirl · 9 replies · 686+ views
    The Network of College Conservatives (N.C.C.) enters its second week receiving much attention. The N.C.C. has only been online since November 9, 2005, but a number of significant accomplishments have befallen this institution of higher conservative thought. · Students from across the nation have logged-on to and joined the N.C.C. · Leftwing websites and blogs have voiced their absolute hatred for the N.C.C. and Dean Christopher Flickinger. · The N.C.C. has received two major endorsements: Peter Hannaford (former aid to Governor and President Ronald Reagan) and Dr. Richard Vedder (renowned economist and college professor). · N.C.C. founder Christopher Flickinger...
  • NYP: KEEP THE ACADEMICS FAR AWAY - The IFC message should be America is a rare force for good.

    08/22/2005 5:56:14 AM PDT · by OESY · 2 replies · 404+ views
    New York Post ^ | August 22, 2005 | CANDACE DE RUSSY
    ...In April, the IFC designated nine universities to provide initial programs, with the goal of "[making] the Center a... 'Public Square' on hallowed ground." "The character of a university," the IFC intoned, "allows for this form of 'sacred space'... in which sensitive, controversial and provocative subjects can be candidly explored, yet in a manner that does not generate political distraction."... [NYU] President... [extolled] today's campuses "as 'modern sanctuaries [committed to] free, unbridled and ideologically unconstrained discourse.'" Hello. Campuses today are indeed "sanctuaries"— but almost exclusively for scholars of liberal-left-radical persuasion. Their "unconstrained discourse" is overwhelming that of rank ideologues— neo-Marxists,...
  • Communism and human nature (Bolshie Mod sez, Arise ye kittens of the earth!)

    04/05/2005 10:50:57 AM PDT · by Sammy sam · 153 replies · 8,234+ views
    Many argue that communism will never be possible because of "human nature". The essence of this false argument is the belief that a communist society would consist of an all-powerful central government that would tell everybody what to do--and would therefore undermine the creative initiative of individuals and the search for happiness. • This argument is based on two false assumptions: (1) It assumes that a communist society will look like the former Soviet Union, or the current China, North Korea, etc (ie: corrupt police states with a feudal-style ruling class) (2) It assumes that people will only work in...
  • Left-wing Professors Lose Keystone Battle

    07/25/2005 10:21:24 AM PDT · by AnnoyingTheLeft · 18 replies · 1,178+ views
    Human Events ^ | July 25, 2005 | Christopher Flickinger
    Left-wing professors who prey on captive and impressionable students will soon be purged in the state of Pennsylvania. The Keystone State has created a select committee that will examine the “academic atmosphere” within colleges and universities that receive public funds. Liberal groups couldn’t be more upset about the investigation. Meanwhile, those in conservative corners see this as a step in the right direction – providing young minds with an unbiased, untainted and truly well-rounded educational experience.
  • UN Panel: No Single Nation Should Control Internet Addresses

    07/16/2005 6:52:29 AM PDT · by grundle · 40 replies · 2,139+ views
    Yahoo! ^ | Jul 14 2005 | Aoife White UN Panel: No Single Nation Should Control Internet Addresses Aoife White Thu Jul 14, 9:38 PM ET BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP)--A U.N. panel created to recommend how the Internet should be run in the future has failed to reach consensus but did agree that no single country should dominate. The United States stated two weeks ago that it intended to maintain control over the computers that serve as the Internet's principal traffic cops. In a report released Thursday, the U.N. panel outlined four possible options for the future of Internet governance for world leaders to consider at a November "Information...
  • Red Alert... list of Left groups plan to surround the Whitehouse on Sept 24th

    07/14/2005 12:53:28 PM PDT · by Thunder90 · 127 replies · 8,101+ views
    Here is the list so far for sponcers to this hate America fest: ANSWER Code Pink UFPJ NION Al Awda World Workers Party Ruckas Revolutionary Communist party ACORN Campus Antiwar Network International Socialist Org Greens Party Muslim Student Association CPUSA
  • Moms tell recruiters: ‘Leave My Child Alone!’

    07/02/2005 6:08:14 AM PDT · by Alia · 253 replies · 4,596+ views
    People's Weekly World ^ | 06-30-05 | Tim Wheeler
    WASHINGTON — Megan Watson, leader of Mainstream Moms, is so angry at military recruiters for invading schools to sign up unwary youth for combat in Iraq that she and her group launched an online movement, “” “They offer these trinkets to lure our children to enlist,” Watson said in a phone interview from her home in Bolinas, Calif. “This is very aggressive, demographic targeting to have conversations with our kids that should not be happening.” All branches of the military are falling short of recruiting goals as parents say, in effect, “Hell no! My kids won’t go!” Watson blasted the...
  • A.N.S.W.E.R.'s response to Bush: Hit the Streets September 24! [Treason & Sedition]

    06/29/2005 5:23:41 AM PDT · by upchuck · 69 replies · 2,757+ views
    email | June 28, 2005 | ANSWER
    A.N.S .W.E.R.'s response to Bush:Hit the Streets September 24!Recognizing that the people of the United States have turned dramat ically against the war and occupation of Iraq, Bush went on national televi sion tonight to defend his imperial foreign policy. He repea tedly invoked September 11 as a pretext for the criminal and illegal war ag ainst Iraq. Bush took to the airwaves tonight because the antiwar m ovement is growing in strength. Our power poses a major poli tical obstacle to the continuation of the war and occupation. Now Bush has taken on the additional role of Recruiter-in-Chi ef, urging young people to sign up for military...
  • Mao More Than Ever (Boston communists say they want a revolution.)

    07/03/2005 12:41:16 PM PDT · by raccoonradio · 117 replies · 2,757+ views
    The Boston Phoenix ^ | 07/01/05 | Mike Millard
    Boston communists say they want a revolution. Now they just have to agree on how to bring it about. A pimple-faced teen with Coke-bottle glasses and a self-satisfied smirk stands near the doorway of Harvard Square’s tiny Revolution Books. He’s skinny and draped in a large black T-shirt adorned with a full-color portrait of Joseph Stalin, the iron-fisted despot responsible, directly or indirectly, for the deaths of millions. "Stalin is my friend," the kid says, at once cockily and geekily, as he stares at the floor. "Yeah, yeah, but we can do better than Stalin," says the guy behind the...
  • Our republic and colleges - (Jack Kelly barbecues Ward Churchill & radical left in US academia)

    06/23/2005 9:21:14 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 1 replies · 524+ views
    The University of Colorado announced last week that it is expanding its apparently endless inquiry into misconduct by faux Indian Prof. Ward Churchill after a recent series by the Rocky Mountain News demonstrated: That Churchill has no Indian blood, as he claimed to obtain tenure. CU acted with far greater dispatch in the case of Prof. Phil Mitchell, canned in March after 20 years when his department chief discovered that he was a conservative and a Christian. The grounds for firing Mitchell, 1998 Teacher of the Year at CU, were that he quoted black conservative Thomas Sowell in a discussion...
  • Queer Orthodoxy at the University of Colorado

    06/13/2005 6:08:39 PM PDT · by Coleus · 26 replies · 808+ views
    Front Page Magazine ^ | 06.08.05 | Jon Sanders
    Queer Orthodoxy at the University of Colorado By Jon | June 8, 2005Academic Marxism shows up clothed in the attire of many scholarly courses of study.  In its most recent incarnation, academic Marxism makes an entrance as the sexy bedfellow of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder.There, in diligent pursuit of scholarly material, co-director of LGBT studies and English professor Mark Winokur  explored the Internet. But such a research tool as the computer is not without its ethical problems for Professor Winokur.  With the peculiarly tortured conscience of a Marxist, Winokur...
  • Consternation at Ivy League Upstarts Winning an Election

    05/14/2005 11:19:06 AM PDT · by JAWs · 7 replies · 600+ views
    The Boston Globe ^ | 5/14/05 | Marcella Bombardieri
    The victory of two dark-horse candidates for Dartmouth College's board of trustees this week has revived a struggle over competing visions for the future of the small Ivy League campus. Peter Robinson, who wrote speeches for Ronald Reagan and is a fellow at the Hoover Institution, and Todd J. Zywicki, a George Mason University law professor who contributes to a libertarian-leaning web log, ran on platforms that were scathingly critical of the administration, saying it has become too politically correct and has stifled fraternities, de-emphasized athletics, and shortchanged teaching in favor of research.
  • Uncle Sam, Auntie S.A.M. WANTS YOU!

    05/02/2005 6:18:17 AM PDT · by MikeEdwards · 292+ views
    CFP ^ | April 30, 2005 | Judi McLeod
    The U.S. Army, busy fighting off insurgents in faraway Baghdad, may be challenged on Canadian soil for the first time on May 2. A hostile collective of community members and students intends to "disrupt" the army's visit to the University of Toronto, after having intercepted a U.S. Army letter sent to university professors. Representatives of the U.S. Army International Technical Center Canada will be at the university Monday to give a presentation, where they will outline opportunities and goals for research collaboration with U of T faculty. In a faxed letter to the administrative assistant, office of the Vice Dean,...
  • A Word To The Wise And The Not So Wise - (Funny! Mocks Ward Churchill & Michael Moore!)

    04/30/2005 5:49:09 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 9 replies · 903+ views
    I’m here to announce that we are not a nation of scholars. Good lord, we’re barely literate. It’s a wonder that more of us don’t walk around with our knuckles dragging on the ground. And it’s about time that high school counselors and all the rest of us quit pretending that every 17 and 18 year old squirt should be shoehorned into colleges and universities. Probably half, maybe three-quarters of the kids wandering around the Groves of Academe have no legitimate reason to be there. Of course I realize that in order for those youngsters to be out in the...
  • An Ill-Bred Professor, And A Bad Situation (The shame of our universities and schools)

    04/25/2005 12:22:56 PM PDT · by MikeHu · 34 replies · 1,822+ views
    Hawaii Reporter ^ | April 24, 2005 | David Horowitz
    The story I'm about to relate took place on my visit to the Manoa campus of the University of Hawaii in Honolulu last week. It is entirely indicative of the unprofessional, ungracious, and unacceptable behavior of many professors on our college campuses, in this case the chairman of the Political Science Department at this school, a man named Jonathan Goldberg Hiller. The student who invited me to the University on behalf of the College Republicans -- I will call him Jamie -- is a political science major. In anticipation of my visit, Jamie had asked Professor Hiller if his Department...