communists leading our Universities

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  1. freedom's cause

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    if you are a student or have student in college or a family member attending a university
    you need to know this


    http://academicbias.com/
     
  2. Johnv

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    Isn't there a rule against posting links that sell products instead of buying an ad banner?
     
  3. Magnetic Poles

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    FC's incessant hit & run posting of dubious links and not really interacting on the threads he/she starts makes me suspect something. May be wise not to feed the
    [​IMG]

    I should add that I tire of seeing FC calling other members "communist" and "anti-Christ".
     
  4. freedom's cause

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    [snipped]

    [ September 08, 2005, 03:09 PM: Message edited by: C4K ]
     
  5. freedom's cause

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    love is the answer comrades Jesus is that love
    glad to have someone to share the good news with
     
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    [snipped]

    [ September 08, 2005, 03:10 PM: Message edited by: C4K ]
     
  7. freedom's cause

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    could it be that johnv and magnetic poles are one in the same possible same tactics
     
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    hopefully we can stop our anti-socialist behaviour before things get too democratic
    but we are in America remember all liars well
    you know the rest the TRUTH will prevail
    Hallelujah let us march toward truth and gain the victory

    [ September 08, 2005, 03:25 PM: Message edited by: C4K ]
     
  9. NaasPreacher (C4K)

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    Either make a point about your topic or I will close the thread.

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  10. OldRegular

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    I can make the point. The liberal arts colleges and such schools in the universities are dominated by radical left professors out of the 60"s antiwar movement.

    At the University of South Carolina's School of Criminal Justice 11 of the 12 faculty members are democrats. This in a state that is predominately Republican.
     
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    OR, in order to be "dominated" by profs from teh 60's, those profs would have to be in their' 60's by now. My own daughter's college is dominated by mostly early and mid 80's professors, mostly Reagan-era folks. This seems to be common in UC and CSU schools here, though admittedly, I can't speak for all state universities everywhere. Given the average age of university professors nationwide (50's), most profs would be coming from a Carter or Reagan era education, not a 60's education.
     
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    I probably worded the post poorly. The impact of the 60's era professors was passed on to the younger generation and is still being done. Also the anti-war movement continued well into the 70's. It is common knowledge that the liberal left gravitates to positions where they can have the most influence, teachers, journalists, etc.

    A good example of the corruption in the universities is the revelation that a professor at the University of Wisconson continued to receive a $100,000 salary while in prison for child sexual abuse. And then there is that screwball at the University of Colorado.
     
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    Our Higher Education system produced a generation or two of people that are very cynical and anti faith.

    Unfortunately, there were and are many God-fearing and many believing professors. The godly ones were out maneuvered and it is only now that the maneuvering is moving back towards Christians being able to get a real education at a state school.
     
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    Don't forget the college professor in California that was allowed to FORCE his students to watch pornography in a REQUIRED class.

    What some professors have been allowed to get away with is disgusting.
     
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    Unfortunately, I did not run into many during my years in college.
     
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    Um, you didn't make your point.
    In the first paragraph, you mention the "radical left." Yet, in the second paragraph, you only refer to the claim that "11 of the 12 faculty members are democrats."

    Are the leftists?
    Are they Democrats?
    Are they both?
    If you are claiming that the two terms are synonymous, what is the evidence that those 11 faculty members are from the "radical left?"

    Regards,
    BiR
     
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    Um, you didn't make your point.
    In the first paragraph, you mention the "radical left." Yet, in the second paragraph, you only refer to the claim that "11 of the 12 faculty members are democrats."

    Are the leftists?
    Are they Democrats?
    Are they both?
    If you are claiming that the two terms are synonymous, what is the evidence that those 11 faculty members are from the "radical left?"

    Regards,
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    </font>[/QUOTE]I see little difference between activists democrats and the radical left. It is only a matter of degree.

    What would you call Kerry, Kennedy, Pelosi, Reed, Leahy, Moore,
    Soros, and thousands of kindred minds?
     
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    Ah, but you offered nothing to support such a claim. You simply said that 11 of the 12 are Democrats, while talking about the radical left in the previous paragraph. That does not constitute proof for such an accusation.

    If you have some evidence to support the notion that 11 of the 12 are not only Democrats, but members of the radical left, then by all means share it with us. After all, it was you that offered to "make the point."

    I never mentioned any of these people. I was referring to the 11 of 12 that you referenced. Again, please share the evidence that these 11 are not only Democrats, but also members of the radical left.

    Regards,
    BiR
     
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    Good points, but can we really say that Democrats are communists?
     
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    Of course we can. Doesn't mean it's true, but we can say it. All the Democrats I know personally seem to be capitalists of some sort ...
     

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