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  • Bias Festered 'For Years,' Professor Says (Columbia U. investigates anti-Israeli tilt in classrooms)

    10/29/2004 6:48:54 PM PDT · by Stoat · 16 replies · 734+ views
    The New York Sun ^ | October 29, 2004 | JACOB GERSHMAN
    Bias Festered 'For Years,' Professor Says BY JACOB GERSHMAN - Staff Reporter of the Sun October 29, 2004A leading scholar of Hebrew literature at Columbia University said yesterday that for years students have complained to him about anti-Israel bias in the classroom.As Columbia University begins to investigate claims from students who say professors routinely promote hatred of Israel, the scholar, Dan Miron, a tenured professor in the Department of Middle East and Asian Languages and Cultures, told The New York Sun that the school is awakening to a long-existing problem."It's been going on for years now," Mr. Miron said....
  • University of Arizona Professor Reported to FBI for "Hating" America

    09/27/2004 2:47:11 PM PDT · by fight_truth_decay · 50 replies · 2,517+ views
    Democracy Now ^ | Monday, September 27th, 2004 | Amy Goodman
    After a series of ads in the University of Arizona newspaper railed against left-wing professors, a student allegedly reported Professor David Gibbs to the FBI for being "an anti-American communist who hates America." A series of ads have been running in student newspapers across the country charging that universities are dominated by liberal or left-wing professors. The ads are paid for by well-funded groups like Students for Academic Freedom and the Independent Women's Forum. Some of the ads encourage students to report any so-called anti-American faculty or statements made by professors. And that is apparently what happened to David Gibbs,...
  • Teacher to class: 'F--- God'

    08/26/2004 5:43:11 AM PDT · by antifem · 42 replies · 2,724+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 8/26/2004
    BRAVE NEW SCHOOLS Teacher to class: 'F--- God' College says professor owes Christian student apology -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted: August 26, 2004 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2004 WorldNetDaily.com Does academic freedom allow college professors to offend their students with profanity? The question is coming up in Illinois, as an instructor is under fire for displaying the message "F--- God" to his class. Bruce LeBlanc, shown here in 2002, allegedly used his blackboards for profane message (photo: Moline Dispatch) According to the Moline Dispatch, Bob Stotler, a 30-year-old student at Black Hawk College, filed a complaint after his sociology teacher, Bruce LeBlanc, displayed...
  • Fears and Fallacies: How to Stand Your Ground

    08/17/2004 2:25:49 PM PDT · by Mr. Silverback · 6 replies · 685+ views
    BreakPoint with Charles Colson ^ | August 13, 2004 | Mark Earley
    Note: This commentary was delivered by Prison Fellowship President Mark Earley. A professor at a well known liberal arts college became infamous for starting each semester by holding up a Bible and asking, “How many of you believe this book is the Word of God?” One or two undergraduates might have sheepishly raised their hands. The professor would then say, “Do you want to know what I think of this book? This is what I think of it”—and he would hurl the Bible out an open window. Even more astonishing, this display took place at a Christian college. Hostility to...
  • Kerry Press Flack in Talk Radio Meltdown

    08/02/2004 8:42:09 AM PDT · by InvisibleChurch · 30 replies · 2,582+ views
    www.newsmax.com ^ | Monday, Aug. 2, 2004 11:10 a.m. EDT
    Monday, Aug. 2, 2004 11:10 a.m. EDT Kerry Press Flack in Talk Radio Meltdown DNC press secretary Tony Welch sounded irked from the get-go yesterday when WABC Radio's Steve Malzberg asked him about John Kerry's exchange with a peacenik protester earlier this year, who trashed U.S. troops in Iraq for "bombing hospitals, bombing mosques and killing hundreds of civilians" - while the candidate listened politely. Kerry's questioner happened to be former assistant dean of New York's City College, Walter Daum. But rather than defend U.S. troops against the outrageous slander, to top Democrat merely told the lefty academic, "I don't...
  • Tenured Extremism-Israel resembles Nazi Germany.

    05/10/2004 5:35:10 AM PDT · by SJackson · 7 replies · 242+ views
    New York Sun/frontpagemag.com ^ | May 10, 2004 | Jonathan Calt Harris
    Israel resembles Nazi Germany. That's what Prof. Joseph A. Massad teaches at Columbia University "The Jews are not a nation.…The Jewish state is a racist state that does not have a right to exist." One might expect these comments to have been uttered by a neo-Nazi or a militant Islamic leader. Sadly, these words were uttered by an instructor of Middle East studies at one of America's most prestigious universities in the course of delivering a lecture at Oxford University. In title, Joseph A. Massad is an assistant professor of modern Arab politics and intellectual history in the Department of...
  • Students struggle to set up Republican club - (Their crime? They want to support Bush.)

    05/09/2004 1:29:09 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 11 replies · 218+ views
    Washington Times ^ | May 9, 2004 | Sean Salai
    <p>Students at a Maryland high school known for its environmental activism have encountered several setbacks in starting up a young Republicans' club at the school.</p> <p>Five students at Sparrows Point High School in northern Baltimore County say school administrators and teachers have intentionally delayed their efforts to form a Teenage Republican Club because they don't want to have a conservative club at a liberal school.</p>
  • Idiot on campus? Benjamin Shapiro sees harsh words on Tillman's death due to anti-American profs

    05/07/2004 3:25:34 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 9 replies · 118+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Friday, May 7, 2004
    Former Arizona Cardinals football player Pat Tillman was an inspiration for almost all Americans. Even on campus, Tillman's death in Afghanistan caused a good deal of grief, soul-searching and pride in our fighting men and women. But not everyone on campus was pro-Tillman. According to University of Massachusetts graduate student Rene Gonzalez, Tillman was a "pendejo," idiot, who died "in vain." In an opinion piece published in the University of Massachusetts-Amherst Daily Collegian, Gonzalez wrote: "This was a 'G.I. Joe' guy who got what was coming to him. That was not heroism, it was prophetic idiocy. ... He was acting...
  • Soleless Communist says not much about the President

    04/17/2004 1:02:47 AM PDT · by Exton1 · 19 replies · 215+ views
    Infanticide promoter: Bush morally stunted Ethicist says president should have 'turned the other cheek' after 9-11 ----------------------- © 2004 WorldNetDaily.com A controversial college professor who thinks parents should be able to kill disabled children says though President Bush makes himself out to be a good Christian leader, he has the moral development of a 13-year-old boy. Princeton's Peter Singer Peter Singer, professor of bioethics at Princeton University,(A useless over paid job) said in an interview with an Australian newspaper Bush sees the world "very simply, in black and white, as good versus evil, and he thinks that America is the...
  • Still Crazy After All These Years(WHACKO LIB PROF. ALERT)

    03/24/2004 7:17:24 PM PST · by paltz · 18 replies · 125+ views
    Dartmouth Review ^ | 3/5/04 | Alston B. Ramsay
    “It’s not that very good teaching is not going on in English 5,” English Chair Peter Travis recently told the Daily Dartmouth, “but we’ve not had the sense of mission and vision that we think writing instruction should have at an institution as prestigious as Dartmouth.” On the second point, I’ll happily concur. But Professor Travis would be wise to sit in on one of Shelby Grantham’s English 5 classes before making his first pronouncement. Grantham is more than just a bad teacher. She’s horrific. Prof. Grantham is the subject of a lengthy retrospective on page six of this issue....
  • UNLV Professor: Republican Too Stupid To Teach

    03/23/2004 7:40:59 AM PST · by Nevadan · 80 replies · 533+ views
    Las Vegas Review-Journal ^ | 3-23-04 | editorial
    EDITORIAL: Too stupid to teach? UNLV professor says Republican Party now a haven of slope-browed troglodytes Back in 2002, a survey by the American Enterprise Institute found America's colleges and universities to be a virtually monochrome refuge of the political left. More than 80 percent of most schools' employees were found to be registered Democrats, despite the almost even split between registered Republicans and Democrats among the public at large. The AEI report found one consequence of this lack of diversity was that conservative thinkers tend to be isolated and intimidated on American campuses, with the predictable result that they...
  • Feminist's anti-U.S. speech causes uproar

    10/04/2001 9:48:54 PM PDT · by MangoCrazy · 139 replies · 663+ views
    www.nationalpost.com ^ | Oct. 4, 2001 | MangoCrazy
    So my fellow Freepers, here is the sickening part, a U.S. taxpayer funed prof, Julie Sudbury, from Mills College in Oakland, Calif., said: "Sept. 11 has created a blank slate for global domination of the Bush agenda of militarism and global capitalism ... He's no longer the Texas hangman. He appears to have become the global hangman."
  • College Professors Racist Speech

    02/27/2004 11:54:50 AM PST · by freebacon · 16 replies · 99+ views
    FrontPageMagazine.com ^ | February 27, 2004 | Tom Elia
    EXCERPTS FROM frontpagemagazine.com Five, whites are trying their darndest to demonstrate that they too are victims in a society where they dominate. Whites have failed to prove to us that they are not part of the privileged class. They have failed to prove that they have gained so much from subjugation and domination of nonwhites. They have failed to prove to us that they don't have racist, sexist tendencies that just might be part of the very essence of their white skin. They have failed to prove to us that they too have not benefited from affirmative action legislation. They...
  • 'White trash' Texas town written off by a professor

    02/21/2004 11:47:11 PM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 156 replies · 404+ views
    Daily Telegraph ^ | February 22, 2004 | Julian Coman in Washington
    Over the years, Texans have been the butt of many cruel jokes. Opponents of President George W. Bush, who grew up in Midland, Texas, love to lampoon his folksy cowboy language. But no one has been quite as insulting as Dr Larry Sechrest, a university professor in the Texan town of Alpine. Last month, he published a 7,000-word essay entitled "A strange little town in Texas", in a small-circulation magazine based in Washington state. Unfortunately, a couple of subscribers who live in Alpine read his indictment of his 5,000 neighbours, two of whom have responded with death threats. "The secret...
  • Why Are Universities Dominated by the Left?

    02/16/2004 1:34:03 PM PST · by BroncosFan · 52 replies · 511+ views
    Tech Central ^ | 2/13/04 | Edward Feser
    Why Are Universities Dominated by the Left? By Edward Feser 02/13/2004 The hegemony of the Left over the universities is so overwhelming that not even Leftists deny it. Whether the institution is public or private, a community college or an Ivy League campus, you can with absolute confidence predict that the curriculum will be suffused with themes such as: capitalism is inherently unjust, dehumanizing, and impoverishing; socialism, whatever its practical failures, is motivated by the highest ideals and that its luminaries -- especially Marx -- have much to teach us; globalization hurts the poor of the Third World; natural resources...
  • You Want Us to Do What?--A professor imposes leftist activism as a course assignment.

    02/16/2004 6:06:26 AM PST · by SJackson · 19 replies · 470+ views
    FrontPageMagazine.com ^ | February 16, 2004 | Tony Stevens
    Everyone’s had a professor they know to be extremely liberal or conservative. Some professors simply wear their political beliefs on their sleeves without even knowing it. Usually their political views don’t make their way into the classroom. However, if it happens, it should be done in such a way that would not be construed as an attempt at the political indoctrination of the students in the class. Of course, sometimes those political biases inappropriately make their way into the classroom, as has recently occurred at my school, California University of Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh. I’m a public relations student at Cal...
  • Political debate sweeps campus

    02/13/2004 12:12:04 PM PST · by Schatze · 20 replies · 229+ views
    The Herald-Sun ^ | Feb 12, 2004 | Hunter Lewis
    DURHAM -- The Duke Conservative Union wanted a dialogue about what it perceived as an overwhelming prevalence of registered Democrats teaching in the humanities. Instead, the group lit a political firestorm. In the five days since the group bought a $500 full-page ad in the Duke student newspaper -- The Chronicle -- highlighting "massive discrepancies" between the number of registered Republicans and Democrats in several departments, the campus has become embroiled in a spirited debate about political bias both in the classroom and in faculty hiring. The debate has played itself out on the back pages of The Chronicle and...
  • Professors pushing their liberal views on students.

    02/13/2004 3:21:30 PM PST · by kelcey · 25 replies · 797+ views
    I know it is all true. I am a college student and deal with often in my classes. My best friend and I go to two different schools and hear this type of stuff from our teachers almost everyday. It is like they are trying to make all of their students liberal and leftist without giving any fairness to the right views (it is called right for a reason, oh yeah and they are called Jackasses for a reason). This is so innapropriate in a classroom situation. If conservatives were doing this the liberals would have a field day and...
  • Taunts, tears follow race lesson

    02/06/2004 11:51:39 AM PST · by bkwells · 41 replies · 416+ views
    Las Vegas Review-Journal ^ | 2/6/2004 | J. M. Kalil
    Friday, February 06, 2004 Copyright © Las Vegas Review-Journal Taunts, tears follow race lesson Education expert says instructor had good intentions but method `misguided' By J.M. KALIL REVIEW-JOURNAL Stacey Gough picks up her 9-year-old daughter Amber at Manch Elementary School on Thursday afternoon. The mother is perturbed about a librarian's decision to separate students according to their race as part of a Black History Month exercise.Photo by John Gurzinski. Parents say an elementary school instructor's outlandish technique for teaching children about segregation has fostered fear and confusion among students rather than a fundamental understanding of racism. Officials at Manch...
  • Government adviser: killing children with defects acceptable

    01/25/2004 3:29:50 PM PST · by ATOMIC_PUNK · 26 replies · 196+ views
    http://news.scotsman.com/uk.cfm?id=93982004 ^ | Sun 25 Jan 2004 | NICHOLAS CHRISTIAN
    Government adviser: killing children with defects acceptable NICHOLAS CHRISTIAN A GOVERNMENT adviser on genetics has sparked fury by suggesting it might be acceptable to destroy children with ‘defects’ soon after they are born. John Harris, a member of the Human Genetics Commission, told a meeting at Westminster he did not see any distinction between aborting a fully grown unborn baby at 40 weeks and killing a child after it had been born. Harris, who is a professor of bioethics at Manchester University, would not be drawn on which defects or problems might be used as grounds for ending a baby’s...
  • A Leftist Professor Strikes Again

    01/24/2004 10:23:02 AM PST · by CharlesThe Hammer · 5 replies · 175+ views
    FrontPage Magazine ^ | 1/23/04 | Nick Bahl
    A Leftist Professor Strikes Again By Nick Bahl FrontPageMagazine.com | January 23, 2004 I am a 22-year-old senior planning to graduate with a journalism degree and a political science minor from Metropolitan State College in Denver this May. This past semester I took a class called Latin American Politics taught by Dr. Oneida Meranto, a political science professor at Metro State. When I registered for Dr. Meranto’s class, I didn’t know what I was in for. During the past semester Dr. Meranto has wrongfully dropped me from her class; threatened to throw a campus Republican group that I belonged to...
  • A Leftist Professor Strikes Again

    01/23/2004 1:20:28 AM PST · by kattracks · 26 replies · 148+ views
    FrontPageMagazine.com ^ | 1/23/04 | Nick Bahl
    I am a 22-year-old senior planning to graduate with a journalism degree and a political science minor from Metropolitan State College in Denver this May. This past semester I took a class called Latin American Politics taught by Dr. Oneida Meranto, a political science professor at Metro State. When I registered for Dr. Meranto’s class, I didn’t know what I was in for. During the past semester Dr. Meranto has wrongfully dropped me from her class; threatened to throw a campus Republican group that I belonged to out of an academic student association; threatened to sue me for taping the...
  • Conservative Colorado students take aim at faculty

    01/21/2004 11:02:31 AM PST · by lilylangtree · 4 replies · 111+ views
    Associated Press/The Spokesman-Review | January 21, 2004 | Unknown
    BOULDER, Colo.--Republican students at the University of Colorado launched a Web site to gather complaints about left-leaning faculty members, saying they want to document discrimination against conservative students and indoctrination to the liberal viewpoint. "We want concrete examples of bias in our arsenal when we go to the administration, the regents and the Legislature," said Brad Jones, 20, chairman of the College Republicans, who launched the Web site last week. The CU College Republicans are affiliated with Students for Academic Freedom, a national organization started by California conservative activist David Horowitz, who is pushing a Colorado effort to protect students...
  • U. Tennessee Trustee Resigns - Music Prof Suspected of Raping Handyman at Gunpoint

    01/21/2004 1:45:58 PM PST · by governsleastgovernsbest · 24 replies · 94+ views
    Jan 21, 2004 University of Tennessee Trustee, Suspected of Rape, Resigns The Associated Press KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A music professor resigned from the University of Tennessee Board of Trustees after being accused of raping a handyman at gunpoint. Michael Combs, 60, said Wednesday his resignation was not related to the sheriff's investigation. Instead, the professor and member of the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra said he did not have time to devote to the board's search for a new university president. No charges have been filed against Combs, but a Knoxville man told authorities Jan. 17 he was raped earlier that...
  • Phyllis Schlafly: Confronting Campus Radicals

    01/12/2004 9:49:38 PM PST · by blitzgig · 30 replies · 332+ views
    townhall.com ^ | 1/12/04 | Phyllis Schlafly
    David Horowitz thinks that anybody who cares about the future should confront the fact that U.S. colleges and universities are the fountainhead of financing for the radical movement in America. He has personally taken up the challenge to do something about this. Horowitz was a left-wing campus activist in the 1960s, but he says that men who were too radical even for him and Ramparts, the magazine he edited in the 1960s, now hold tenure at major universities. During the 1970s, these hardcore leftists achieved critical mass on university faculties, took control of hiring committees, and then saw to it...
  • Professors for Alger Hiss

    01/07/2004 1:16:12 AM PST · by kattracks · 18 replies · 234+ views
    The faculty at Bard College, a liberal arts school at Annandale, NY, includes a scholar who glories in the title Alger Hiss Professor of Social Studies. Anyone aware that Hiss was a Washington bureaucrat who spied for the Soviet Union will consider this as sensible as a John Dillinger Chair in Business Ethics or a Jack the Ripper Chair in Criminology. But at Bard College, no one is laughing, least of all the occupant of the chair, Joel Kovel, who believes the Soviets were never a threat to the Americans and that criticism of communism was the product of...
  • Study: Professors favor donating to Dean

    01/05/2004 1:48:09 AM PST · by kattracks · 11 replies · 81+ views
    AP | 1/05/04 | EMILY FREDRIX
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Howard Dean is earning higher marks — and twice as much money — from college professors than the other Democratic presidential candidates. The education industry — professors, lecturers and other university employees — gave more than $2.4 million to all presidential candidates in the first three quarters of the year, with professors making up the largest group, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. The nonpartisan group, which tracks money in politics, found that nearly $719,000 went to Dean, making educators the third top-donating group among his contributors. Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts was the second-most favored...
  • Liberals on the List: Conservative Students Are Tracking Professors Who Arouse Ire

    12/15/2003 12:30:07 AM PST · by nickcarraway · 47 replies · 576+ views
    ABCNEWS.com ^ | Dec. 13 | Mike von Fremd
    D A L L A S, Dec. 13— University of Texas journalism professor Robert Jensen is an unapologetic liberal who openly expresses his strong views, both in and out of the classroom. "My political views are left," Jensen said. "Some people would call me a radical." In the aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001, student Austin Kinghorn felt Jensen crossed the line. "We walked in, and he had the overhead projector turned on, and on there was a sentence, 'What is terrorism?' " Kinghorn said. "And Jensen took the next hour and 15 minutes of class to basically make his point,...
  • Homosexual Cannibal Admits To Eating Victim/ Cannibal Confesses in Trial That Shocks Germany

    12/06/2003 12:00:31 PM PST · by webber · 32 replies · 499+ views
    Traditional Values Coalition, & The Washington Post/Reuters ^ | TVC, By David Crossland - Washington Post
    <p>Summary: Reuters reports on December 3, that Armin Meiwes has admitted in a German court that he killed and ate a man he met through the Internet. The Reuters story neglected to mention that Meiwes was a homosexual.</p> <p>WARNING:You will be reading very disturbing material.</p>
  • DAAP CREATES BIG BODY PARTS (College Students Finally Give The World Giant Vulva Sculpture)

    12/04/2003 2:12:40 PM PST · by presidio9 · 19 replies · 991+ views
    University of Cincinnatti New Record ^ | 11/23/2003 | Amy Dietrich
    Human body parts decorated the halls of DAAP last week and they were sculpted to be "larger than life." "The Super Size project was an exercise in scale," said Linda Einfalt, the DAAP professor who assigned the project. "Students created small, clay models of human body parts and then were asked to proportionately enlarge them to 'Super Size,'" she said. Einfalt said she came across the idea when reading some applications online and saw a lesson plan that intrigued her. "Super size also reflects our society," she said. She pointed out the fast food in United States is one of...
  • Nightline Tonight 11/25/03: Young Conservatives Take on Liberal College Professors

    11/25/2003 8:46:18 PM PST · by kristinn · 45 replies · 379+ views
    self | Tuesday, November 25, 2003 | Kristinn
    Nightline is doing a show about Young Conservatives in Texas who established Professor Watch in the wake of Prof. Robert Jensen's rhetorical attacks on America in the wake of September 11. They are keeping track of leftist profs on campus. The specter of McCarthyism has been raised. Oh the horrors!
  • Standards' Critics Would Teach About an Oppressive America

    11/16/2003 7:06:12 AM PST · by Valin · 11 replies · 160+ views
    Center of the American Experiment ^ | 11/9/03 | Katherine Kersten
    Minnesota is adopting new social studies standards, which will replace those of the discredited Profile of Learning. These standards will specify, for the first time, what Minnesota students must know about American and world history. Is it any surprise, then, that they are the subject of controversy? The new standards' most vocal critics hail (predictably) from the educational establishment. Recently, 32 history professors from the University of Minnesota grabbed the media spotlight with a blistering 13-page letter to Education Commissioner Cheri Pierson Yecke. The letter -- which sums up many critics' complaints -- expresses "grave concerns" about the standards, and...
  • They'll 'watch' but won't hear of prof's politics

    11/05/2003 12:32:59 PM PST · by weegee · 10 replies · 333+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | Nov. 4, 2003, 7:28PM | By ROBERT JENSEN
    I was happy to learn last week that a conservative student group at the University of Texas had published a "professor watch list" of instructors who "push an ideological viewpoint on their students through often times subtle but sometimes abrasive methods of indoctrination." I have long held that one of the most serious problems on our campus -- the largest in the country, with more than 51,000 students -- is that the student body is largely depoliticized. Given that lack of political engagement, I'm grateful for anything that gets students talking about politics, especially the role of politics in the...
  • ENEMY PROFESSOR (No. 8) - Winifred Woodhull

    10/31/2003 5:23:21 PM PST · by doug from upland · 2 replies · 897+ views
    Noindoctrination.org ^ | Oct. 7, 2003 | anonymous
    Warning: Postings are only opinions. (See Terms of Service)Record for NoIndoctrination.org entry #265.   University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Oct. 7, 2003     http://www.ucsd.edu CA     Course: DOC 3: Dimensions of Culture: Imagination   Course Catalog Description: Using the arts, this course examines the evolution of pluralistic culture to the modern period. There is a special emphasis on the interdisciplinary study of twentieth-century American culture, including music, literature, art, film, and photography. The course offers intensive instruction in writing university-level expository prose. Three hours of lecture, two hours of discussion and writing instruction. Open to Marshall College students only. [UCSD's Marshall College...
  • U. of Texas Students Single out Profs

    10/31/2003 4:00:56 PM PST · by WinOne4TheGipper · 53 replies · 102+ views
    <i>The Austin American- Statesman</i> ^ | 10/31/03 | Sharon Jayson
    A University of Texas student group has put the names of 10 faculty members on a watch list designed to warn students about professors that the group thinks push a political agenda in their classrooms. UT's chapter of the Young Conservatives of Texas created its Professor Watchlist in time for spring registration, which began this week and continues through Nov. 7. The group distributed the list Thursday at a West Mall table. The list also is posted on the group's Web site. "It's not a blacklist. It's a watch list," said Austin Kinghorn, a senior government major who is chairman...
  • Visiting the enemy: They're wrong, but fun to argue with

    10/12/2003 11:53:40 AM PDT · by Chi-townChief · 28 replies · 213+ views
    Star Newspapers (Chicago) ^ | Sunday, October 12, 2003 | Michael J. Bowers
    One year ago this month, Peter N. Kirstein, a professor at Saint Xavier University on the South Side, stirred a tempest with his e-mail reply to an Air Force cadet who wanted to organize a political forum on campus. The gory details are readily available on the Internet, so I won't rehash them here. Suffice it to say it's not a very good idea anymore to say the Air Force is cowardly and kills babies. The professor and the cadet smoothed things over, and the incident has receded into the past. One phenomenon that has not receded into the past,...
  • Penman for the terrorists [Edward Said]

    10/12/2003 7:16:54 AM PDT · by Ragtime Cowgirl · 11 replies · 243+ views
    WORLD on the Web ^ | Oct. 18, 2003 issue | Gene Edward Veith
    Penman for the terrorists Edward Said was the Harriet Beecher Stowe of radical Islam's war on the WestBy Gene Edward Veith WHY IS IT THAT THE WORLD'S UNIVERSITIES ARE hotbeds of support for the cause of radical Islam? This, despite the fact that they are also hotbeds of support for feminism, gay rights, and free sex, causes the radical Muslims would put to the sword? Why do even Jewish professors and students at major universities feel constrained to denounce "Zionism" and support the Palestinian cause? Outside of the ivory towers, why did Islamic radicalism break out just now in...
  • Professors For Peace, Not War [MAJOR BARF ALERT]

    10/09/2003 4:38:29 PM PDT · by Ex-Dem · 14 replies · 154+ views
    Pitt News ^ | October 09, 2003 | Nick Keppler
    A troupe of demonstrators circled the Cathedral of Learning Tuesday, to protest U.S. military intervention in Afghanistan and Iraq. The day marked the two-year anniversary of the United States' first bombings in Afghanistan, which launched the current military campaign against terrorism. Local activist groups, the Thomas Merton Center and the Pittsburgh Professors for Peace and Justice, organized the march. "[What] we are here to show is that we are still vigilant," said Tim Vining, executive director of the Merton Center "We are watching what is happening in Iraq and it has become clearly an occupation and is not about liberating...
  • On campus, the costs of rewriting communism

    10/05/2003 6:53:41 AM PDT · by aculeus · 50 replies · 423+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | October 5, 2003 | ARNOLD BEICHMAN
    <p>For parents who are spending tens of thousands of dollars in annual tuition fees, for those concerned with intellectual honesty in the academic profession, for college students enrolled in American history courses, and for members of Congress who appropriate taxpayer money to support the American university, the report in this book is a startling, even explosive expose of where the money and their trust are going.</p>
  • Leftists' Academic Monopoly-Recent CSPC report proves Left's stranglehold over modern university

    09/24/2003 1:05:08 AM PDT · by kattracks · 7 replies · 206+ views
    Frontpagemag.com ^ | 9/24/03 | Dan Gomez
    Monopolies are generally thought of as "bad." Most of the time, they don't serve the public interest and they are incredibly inefficient. And yet, there is one monopoly in America that affects every college student -- the liberal monopoly on professorships. Recently, the Center for the Study of Popular Culture conducted a survey on professors' political views at universities nationwide, including Penn. The results were astounding. Among those Ivy League professors surveyed, 64 percent considered themselves either liberal or somewhat liberal. A mere 6 percent considered themselves conservative or somewhat conservative. In addition to this, 84 percent voted for Al...
  • University indoctrination and conservative stupidity

    09/23/2003 12:19:57 PM PDT · by hsmomx3 · 11 replies · 181+ views
    email | Craig J. Cantoni
    While conservatives smugly and mistakenly believe that they are winning the ideological war because they control talk-radio, the presidency and Congress, their kids are being indoctrinated in leftist thinking in a new and more insidious way on college campus, where 90 percent of professors vote Democratic, according to surveys. Everyone has his own definition of stupidity. My definition is this: Stupidity is paying tens of thousands of dollars to have your kid receive an illiberal education instead of a classical liberal education and to see your offspring enter adulthood thinking like Ted Kennedy and Hillary Clinton. The new method of...
  • On Campus: Liberal Faculty vs. Conservative Students

    09/20/2003 5:30:21 AM PDT · by rhema · 133 replies · 4,893+ views
    Human Events ^ | 9/18/03 | Bruce Bartlett
    This is the time of year when millions of parents have sent their children off to universities. Unfortunately, one price of getting one's children into a top school these days is that they may be subjected to four years of liberal propaganda. Those in academia like to call the liberal orientation of most college faculty a red herring. But objective research continually shows that it is not. The latest data appear in the Aug. 29 issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education. A solid majority of those teaching at both public and private universities described themselves as being either liberal...
  • BERNADINE DOHRN AND BILL AYERS COMING TO MINNEAPOLIS FRIDAY FOR WEATHERMEN FILM.

    09/18/2003 12:50:10 PM PDT · by RightWingAtheist · 16 replies · 990+ views
    self | 09/17/03 | self
    It may be too late to organize anything against this, but interested parties should know that former terrorists/leftist martyrs Bernadine Dohrn and Bill Ayers will be attending the 7:15 showing of the documentary/propagandistic puff piece The Weather Underground Friday night at the Lagoon Cinema in Minneapolis. I found out about this by reading the following (nauseating) review in the U of M's newspaper: http://www.mndaily.com/articles/2003/09/18/6569 More details are at the Lagoon Cinema's website at http://www.landmarktheatres.com/Market/Minneapolis/LagoonCinema.htm
  • How YOU Fund a Radical Agenda on America’s Campuses

    09/18/2003 12:36:21 AM PDT · by Doctor Raoul · 2 replies · 96+ views
    The Dirty Dozen How YOU Fund a Radical Agenda on America’s Campuses             Universities across the nation continue to raise tuition rates and complain they are not receiving enough funding from taxpayers. But, how are these schools spending the money in their “tight” budgets? They continually promote leftist ideology, while ignoring the conservative viewpoint. Liberal faculties assign readings by Karl Marx, while they overlook F.A. Hayek. Professors insist their students study John Maynard Keynes, while they disregard Milton Friedman. Students learn more about the work of Cornel West than Thomas Sowell. Worst yet, many academic institutions no longer require...
  • COLLEGES OPPOSED TO DIVERSITY OF IDEAS

    09/15/2003 5:08:30 PM PDT · by bruinbirdman · 10 replies · 163+ views
    NCPA Daily Policy Digest ^ | Sept. 15, 2003 | Bruce Bartlett
    This is the time of year when millions of parents send their children off to universities. Unfortunately, one price of getting one's children into a top school these days is that they may be subjected to four years of liberal propaganda, says Bruce Bartlett. Those in academia like to call the liberal orientation of most college faculty a red herring. But objective research continually shows that it is not. The latest data appeared recently in the Chronicle of Higher Education: o A solid majority of those teaching at both public and private universities described themselves as being either liberal or...
  • Vandals Stick It To SUVs-'This SUV Supports Terrorism' Stickers Found On Vehicles

    09/15/2003 12:50:25 PM PDT · by chance33_98 · 23 replies · 193+ views
    Vandals Stick It To SUVs 'This SUV Supports Terrorism' Stickers Found On Vehicles POSTED: 10:59 a.m. MDT September 15, 2003 ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Vandals sticking it to sport utility vehicles in Albuquerque. Officials said they have received many reports of someone sticking black-and-white bumper stickers that read "This SUV Supports Terrorism" on SUVs. Erin Stewart and Dan Cummings of Albuquerque said they found the bumper stickers on their SUV last week. Stewart said an SUV is a practical choice for her family, which frequently goes camping. Cummings said he respects a person's right to protest, but there are better...
  • Conservative backers tilt faculty issue toward Colo. (bias on college campuses)

    09/12/2003 12:14:57 AM PDT · by garmonbozia · 4 replies · 397+ views
    The Denver Post ^ | Friday, September 12, 2003 | Dave Curtin
    Liberal bias runs rampant on Colorado college campuses, conservative students say, and they plan to support a national movement here to bring more balanced viewpoints to higher education. Students for Academic Freedom, founded three months ago by prominent Los Angeles conservative David Horowitz, has 70 chapters nationwide, including five that are forming in Colorado. Their goal is to get their Academic Bill of Rights - ensuring conservative viewpoints in colleges - codified as state law or university policy, according to the mission statement. State Senate President John Andrews, R-Centennial, said he'd like to see it happen with enforcement powers by...
  • You have the gall, I have Town Hall!

    09/10/2003 4:37:20 PM PDT · by UnklGene · 8 replies · 156+ views
    Townhall.com ^ | September 10, 2003 | Mike S. Adams
    You have gall, but I have Town Hall Mike S. Adams (archive) September 10, 2003 Dear University Advancement Office: I just went down the hall to check my mail and noticed that you sent me a letter today asking for an “employee contribution” to help the university in this time of budgetary crisis. I put the letter on top of the one from human resources reminding me that my $172 parking fee was due next week. Below that, there is a letter informing me that my health insurance costs are going up next month. At the bottom of the stack,...
  • One Party State: By Center for the Study of Popular Culture

    09/03/2003 11:55:13 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 145+ views
    FrontPageMagazine.com ^ | Thursday, September 4, 2003 | Center for the Study of Popular Culture
    One Party StateBy Center for the Study of Popular CultureFrontPageMagazine.com | September 3, 2003 Democrats outnumber Republicans 30-1 at Brown; 14-1 at Yale.The Center for the Study of Popular Culture released a report that documents the stunning bias against conservative viewpoints on college faculties and speakers platforms. At 32 elite colleges registered Democrats on the faculty outnumbered Republicans 10-1. At two of the schools – Bowdoin and Wellesley – the ratio was 23-1. Center president, David Horowitz, who designed the investigation said, “The educational and research missions of the University are dependent upon the free exchange of ideas. Academic freedom...
  • Campus commencements lean to left

    09/02/2003 11:49:34 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 2 replies · 271+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | Wednesday, September 3, 2003 | By Jon Dougherty
    A new report has found liberal speakers outnumber conservative voices at the nation's top universities' graduation ceremonies by a wide margin, confirming to campus critics that students are bombarded with one-sided political points of view. The Center for the Study of Popular Culture, which examined the political views of commencement speakers at the nation's elite colleges and universities, found those with liberal ideas outnumbered conservative speakers 226-15 over a 10-year period. "Commencement speakers at 32 top colleges and universities, including all Ivy League schools, were tracked over a 10-year period and were identified as belonging to one of five categories:...